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Dealing with a Construction Site Accident

Dealing with a Construction Work Injury

If you have been in a construction accident at a work site, immediately seek needed medical attention. Also, be sure to report your injury to your boss, making sure to keep a copy of your correspondence as well as your medical records.

If your employer downplays or dismisses your injury and need for treatment and/or fails to address your claims or the causal conditions in the workplace, immediately seek the advice of an Atlanta injury lawyer who can provide valuable guidance in terms of the right course of action to take. The expert legal team at Stokes & Kopitsky Injury Lawyers can help you determine if you should file for a worker’s compensation claim or a personal injury claim.

If you are considering taking legal action, it is also important to understand that time is of great importance when filing a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim. Strict timelines must be met, and any delays can make your case invalid. Having an experienced work injury lawyer by your side as early as possibly in the process can ensure that the proper steps are taken in order to build your case and get the compensation to which you are entitled.

Talk to an experienced Stokes & Kopitsky Atlanta injury lawyer today for a free confidential evaluation of your construction site accident injury case. We can help you with the process of dealing with a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim. We will fight for you!

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