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If you’ve been injured in a construction accident, you need someone on your side to help you get compensated. Reach out for assistance from a Greenville construction injury attorney.

Dealing with a serious injury is already tough. Unfortunately, dealing with a workplace injury, whether you were actually working there or just near the site, can be even more complex. For example, if you were hit by a falling brick from a building site and had a bone broken as a result, who’s responsible for your injuries, and how do you get compensation for that? 

That’s a question for your lawyers at HawkLaw, PA. If you were hurt at a construction site, seek help from a Greenville construction accident lawyer. We can guide you through your claim to the best results possible for you. 

Workers Comp vs. Personal Injury Claim for a Construction Accident

First, it’s important to determine whether your claim is a workers comp claim or a personal injury claim. Determining this now can save you time and trouble later, but which one is right for you? While your construction accident attorney can help you decide that, there are a few key differences between the two that may give you an idea now of which applies best to your situation. 

For example, workers comp is offered to workers regardless of fault. In most cases, if you’re a construction worker or an employee working on the site, you should be eligible for workers comp benefits in Greenville. 

A personal injury claim is open to any injury victims, but it does require that you provide proof of your injuries. You’ll also need to prove that someone else caused your injuries and that the person is financially liable for your accident. 

Compensation for Your Construction Accident Injuries 

If you’ve been injured on a Greenville construction site, getting compensated for your injuries is key to recovering from those injuries. You’ll need those funds not just to cover the costs of your recovery but also to repay you for the intangible losses you’ve suffered. 

For example, you might know how much it will cost to repair your vehicle. What you may not know, though, is what the emotional trauma you’ve suffered is worth. Fortunately, your Greenville construction accident attorney has the tools to calculate all your losses. 

If you’ve been hurt because of a construction accident, you may be eligible for compensation for the following losses, among others: 

  • Medical costs
  • Lost income
  • Household services, like housekeeping while you’re off your feet
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Connect with a Greenville Construction Injury Attorney 

If you’ve been injured in a construction accident, you might feel frustrated and even hopeless as you try to recover from your losses. It can be difficult to seek compensation on your own, too, which makes it tough to move forward in Greenville. 

That’s why many people injured in construction accidents may need the help of a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA. We understand that your recovery won’t be easy, so we offer free consultations* so we can talk about your next steps in a low-pressure environment. 

To get started, reach out to a Greenville construction accident lawyer to set up your consult. Call 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529), or complete the following online form. 

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