Hope After Your Construction Accident
We wouldn’t have the cities that exist today without the hard-working individuals who put their lives at risk to build them. Unfortunately, working on a construction site can be more dangerous than many people realize. Construction workers are constantly at risk of accidents with heavy machinery, falling from many feet above the ground, exposure to dangerous chemicals and more.
At the Law Offices of Sabra & Aspden, P.A., we appreciate how hard you work and the sacrifice you make to improve our communities. We believe that if you were injured on a construction site, you deserve the maximum amount of compensation possible in your situation to heal, and we will work diligently to obtain that for you.
Making Recovery Your Priority
Accidents happen every day, but it isn’t fair for the victim to be saddled with expensive medical bills because of someone else’s negligence. Regardless of whether you have a severe injury or a minor injury, you will likely face hospital bills, the cost of medication, child care costs, rehabilitation costs and potentially other unforeseen expenses. In Massachusetts, the amount of workers’ compensation that you may be eligible for is likely to depend on the severity of your injury and the amount of time you are injured. Even if you are able to return to work after your injury, but make less money or can work fewer hours, you may still qualify for temporary partial incapacity benefits.
After being injured on a construction site, your biggest concern should be healing. That’s why the Law Offices of Sabra & Aspden, P.A., is here to help advocate for you and your family in your time of need.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
Our legal team is committed to helping you get justice after your construction accident. We’re grateful for the service that construction workers provide, and we will work hard to tell your story with honesty to advocate for the resources you need.
Call us today at 508-674-0890 or send us an email to learn more about how we can help you.