|If you have been injured on a job site in North Augusta, you may have questions about reporting a construction accident to your manager or supervisor.|
|Should I inform my manager about my construction accident claim?|
I had a client call me yesterday who had been involved in a construction accident in Lexington, South Carolina in which a forklift had driven over their foot and broken their foot. The client asked me if he should report this forklift construction accident to the construction superintendent. If you’re reading this, you may have the same question. I’ll share with you what I shared with my client.
Yes, report the accident to the construction superintendent. That construction superintendent will potentially take statements of witnesses and take photographs. That information, as far as witness identification and photographs, may be important in the case in the weeks, months and years to come. It all starts with reporting the accident to the construction superintendent.
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Were you or a loved one injured on a construction site and have questions about reporting a construction injury to your manager? Contact the experienced North Augusta construction accident lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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