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January 05, 2021

Car Accidents in Construction Zones: What You Need to Know

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When you’re hurt in a car accident, you may have a hard time getting the information you need. The insurance company may not be so willing to compensate you for the losses you’ve suffered, and while unable to work the bills are already piling up. When you were injured in a car accident while traveling through a construction zone, your claim may be more complex and confusing. 

Read on for tips from a Bronx car accident lawyer that will help you prepare for your construction zone car accident claim. 

Liability for Construction Zone Accidents

When you’re hurt in a construction zone accident, determining the at-fault party or parties is rarely black and white. For example, who is responsible for your injuries when you’ve been struck by falling objects, heavy machinery, or other construction-related equipment. 

After closely reviewing the details of your case, your lawyer will help you determine liability. If you’re not sure what caused your accident, reach out to a respected lawyer for help. 

Damages for a Car Accident

When you’ve been hurt in a construction zone car accident, you need to be made whole again. The compensation you pursue needs to cover the entirety of the losses. Winning this compensation, or damages, can be difficult without the help of an experienced lawyer.

First, you’ll need to calculate your economic loss. This is a reflection of the financial toll the accident is responsible for, totaling up your hospital bills, property damage, and time away from work. Your lawyer will help you to ensure you’re including all financial strain as well as including future needs for treatment or care.

You’ll also need to determine your non-economic loss or the intangible suffering caused by your injuries. For example, you may have suffered through a lot of pain and emotional trauma because of the accident. Maybe you’re now experiencing a loss of enjoyment for life because of the crash. In these cases, your lawyer can help you seek compensation that covers the value of these intangible losses. 

New York Law May Impact Your Construction Zone Accident Claim

Before you sue for a construction zone accident, make sure you speak with your lawyer about the laws that can impact your claim. 

For example, you may have little time to seek compensation for your claim. You may only have three years to file a car accident claim. If you’re already getting close to that time limit, you may need to move fast to get compensated. 

Call a Lawyer After a Construction Zone Accident 

Construction zones can be dangerous places, even if you’re just driving past or through on your way to somewhere else. But being on a worksite can impact your lawsuit, especially when determining fault. 

When this happens, you have options through the lawyers at Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP. We have tools to help you act based on the details of your claim, so you can seek out the compensation you’re owed. Start with a free consultation when you call 1-800-VICTIM2 (842-8462) or fill out the online contact form below. 


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