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Construction accidents can mean that workers don't get to go home after a day at work. Instead, these workers can die or end up in the hospital. The truth is that construction accidents are often very serious, so prompt attention must be given to them.

If you are a construction worker who has been injured at work, you need to learn about the options that you have to get your medical bills paid and to recoup some of the money that you have to come out of pocket for because of the injury.

We can help you to discover the options that you have for dealing with the effects of the injury. In some cases, you might file for workers' compensation, but this isn't your only option. You might also be able to file a third-party claim.

A third-party claim means that you turn to someone other than your employer or the workers' compensation program for compensation. If you fall off of a defective scaffold, you can seek compensation from the scaffold manufacturer. If you slice off a finger with a defective saw, you can seek compensation from the saw manufacturer.

Looking into what happened when you were involved in the accident can give you an idea of who to turn to for compensation. Even when the answer seems obvious, there might be another option hiding somewhere. We can evaluate your case and let you know who you can seek compensation from and how. This is the first step toward getting the money you deserve after a harrowing accident at work forces you to take time off.

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