Construction injuries call for immediate attention
These cases also often involve evidence that may disappear or change quickly if not immediately preserved. It is very important to begin investigating early so that important evidence doesn’t get destroyed or altered and so that the right parties are contacted and put on notice of your injuries. No matter what your situation entails, you may be entitled to some form of compensation.
For example, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, which may pay for your hospital bills and other medical costs, lost wages and partial or permanent disability. In addition, you may also qualify for a separate third-party liability claim, which may pay you for additional things like pain and suffering.
Don’t accept injuries as 'part of the job'
If you or a loved one has been injured (or worse) on a construction site, it is essential that you get in contact with an attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you call one, the sooner they can begin examining all the details surrounding your accident. Contact Gama Law Firm to speak with construction accident attorney Richard Gama. He’s spent the last decade working with Colorado workers and helping them recover from the devastating injuries that have otherwise been accepted as part of the job.