If you were injured while working on a construction job site, you do not have to prove fault in order to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. In addition, depending on the facts of your case, you may be entitled to claim for personal injuries as well. Our New Jersey Construction Worker Injury Lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve.

At The Epstein Law Firm, we know that there is a lot of activity on a job site and that injuries can occur in many ways. Our Hackensack construction injuries lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case and help determine the level of compensation to seek that will help you move forward with your life.

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When determining what type and amount of compensation to seek on your behalf, we will review many factors, including: lost wages, medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and ongoing physical therapy. In appropriate cases, we will also seek compensation you need and deserve for your physical pain and suffering. In addition to workers’ compensation matters, our New Jersey law firm has experience handling construction worker personal injury accident claims.

Construction accident injuries can result in many ways, including:

  • Misuse of equipment and machinery
  • Electrical accidents
  • Repetitive injuries
  • Collapse of ditches and structures
  • Injuries from debris on construction sites

If the injury has resulted in total or permanent disability, our firm can assist you with those issues as well. We want you to concentrate on recovering from your injuries. Let us worry about the legal issues.

New Jersey Construction Worker Injury Lawyers

If you have suffered a work-related injury while working at a construction site, contact our New Jersey construction accident law firm or call our office at 201-231-7847 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. We will either meet with you in our Rochelle Park office or at your home or hospital.

New Jersey Construction Worker Injury Lawyers Answer Frequently Asked Questions About Construction Accidents

Who is responsible for a construction accident?

Who is responsible for a construction accident?

Do I have a workplace injury claim if I’m an independent contractor?

The difference between an independent contractor and an employee: there are several different factors that go into that. And just because your employer might pay you on a 1099 does not necessarily mean that you’re an independent contractor. And that’s just one example. Sometimes the employer may take the position that the accident didn’t happen in the course of employment for whatever reason. And so, by hiring the Epstein Law Firm, we can help you weed out those issues, and we can work with you to combat the insurance carriers’ and the employers’ arguments regarding the person as an independent contractor, or did not get injured during the course of employment. There are several circumstances where an employer might take the position that the accident didn’t happen during the course of employment, and there are several factors that go into the determination as to whether or not the employee was actually in the course of their employment at the time of the accident.