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As an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney, I often get calls from people who have injuries on job sites or construction sites, but were working on behalf of their employer. In these types of circumstances, you’re entitled to Workman’s Compensation benefits as an employee. Those benefits cover all expenses pertaining to your medical care, lost wages, and miscellaneous expenses. You may also have a third-party personal injury claim for pain and suffering against whatever person or entity caused the injury.

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Every case is unique and has it’s own set of circumstances. If you’ve been injured on a job site and are unsure of whether you can be compensated for your injuries, contact experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney Richard Nicotra for dedicated representation. We offer free consultations and would be happy to go over the specific details of your case and provide guidance on what your options are under the law. Don’t settle for less. Contact us today.

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