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A few years ago, one of my favorite people in the world, an elderly aunt of mine, fell down in a retail establishment. The floor at the business was wet and caused this special lady to fall. While she wasn’t seriously injured, she did hurt her leg. If the floor at this store hadn’t been wet or had been labeled as wet, she probably wouldn’t have been injured. If a similar situation has happened to you, consider contacting a reputable accident and personal injury attorney. This person can advise you about the possibility of bringing a lawsuit against the business where you were hurt at. On this blog, you will discover the benefits of consulting with an accident and personal injury lawyer after injuring yourself at a place of business.

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Work Construction Leave You Injured? Call A Lawyer Fast

So you were badly injured walking to your place because of a construction project going on, is your employer to blame? You want to talk with a workman's compensation lawyer before you talk with your employer about the severity of your injury, and before they try to put the blame on you.

There may be questions floating around your place of employment about whether the fault was yours, the employers, or if the construction company caused the problem, so you need legal representation. Here are a few things you want to bring for your legal consult.

Medical Injury Information

Bring all of the information you have gotten from physicians about your injury. This means the diagnosis, recommended treatment, potential problems you may have, and all of the billing statements. Images from scans, blood work results, and anything that pertains to your injury needs to be accessible.

Property Pictures or Description

Right away you want to write down everything that you remember from your accident. This means anything that was on the ground, in the way, and what caused the injury. If you know someone took pictures when you got hurt, or that there is security footage that will show what happened, your lawyer needs to have access to these different things.

Eye Witness Accounts

Were any of your coworkers eye witnesses to your injury? If so, or if there are staff members that will talk about how unsuitable the working conditions were when there was construction taking place, give your lawyer their contact information. There statement about the facility or an eye witness account of the injury is going to be very beneficial to your case. It could be what you need to settle the matter quickly out of court.

Your lawyer is going to start talking with your employer's legal team right away to see what they want to do about the problem. They may already want to settle the problem out of court, or they may want to put the responsibility of the accident on the shoulders of the construction company.

If no one wants to reimburse you for your injuries, give you worker's compensation for the time you can't be at your job earning a wage, or for all of the other expenses you have had to endure since your injury, your lawyer is going to fight to get you a settlement in a court room and the judge will decide. Talk to experts like Zavodnick, Perlmutter & Boccia LLC for more information.