We represent all trades, including but not limited to, carpenters, electricians, roofers, heavy equipment operators, landscapers, general laborers, and anyone else injured at a construction site.
The key to a successful personal injury claim, or lawsuit, following a construction accident is documentation. It is important to preserve evidence and to identify a potential defendant other than your employer, the developer or general contractor, or an employee of your company whose negligence caused to your injuries. The defendant might be another subcontractor, a homeowner, a materials supplier, a manufacturer, or even a negligent driver.
A successful personal injury claim or depends on close attention to details.
The amount of your recovery will depend on careful documentation of your damages claim. We work closely with medical experts, economists, engineers, and rehabilitation specialists to prove every component of your damages claim. In cases involving severe burns, serious back or brain injury, or other disabling conditions, we will work to establish how your injuries will affect you and your family in the long run.
At Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C., our attention to detail in documenting your losses can make a significant difference in the outcome of your construction accident case.