In construction site accidents that cause injuries, it’s often not just one party that can be held responsible for what caused the accident. It is for this reason that it’s usually beneficial to the victim to hire a personal injury attorney to seek compensation for the injury—an attorney has experience dealing with complicated cases such … Continue reading Who is Responsible for Construction Site Injuries?
As the construction industry in Chicago enters its busy season, the chances for accidents rise as well – just ask any workers compensation lawyer. There are many factors which lead to these accidents, including larger projects and longer work hours, and but even the most careful crew can encounter onsite conditions which lead to an … Continue reading Steel Beam Killed Man in Construction Accident One Year Ago
Winter can be a difficult period for any construction worker, but as winter comes to a close, the warmer air of spring takes its place. With the transition of spring, it’s time to focus on what will happen this summer, during those months when the blazing heat can be just as dangerous as the harsh … Continue reading How You Can Avoid Common Summer Construction Injuries
No matter what field of construction you work in, every day you work in winter conditions could end with a trip to the office an Illinois workers compensation lawyer. Roofers and carpenters face some of the worst danger having to balance themselves high in the air on snow and ice covered lumber, but even HVAC … Continue reading Winter Tips for Construction Workers to Stay Safe on the Job
Construction sites are dangerous places. Many individuals suffer injuries when on or near a construction site. If you are in this situation, you may be wondering who is responsible for the injury, how you will pay all of the medical bills associated with it, and if you are entitled to compensation from the construction site. … Continue reading Injured on a Construction Site? What to Do
Accidents and injuries will occur when 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries. Industrial accidents and injuries occur all the time, but they can be avoided … Continue reading Accidents and Injuries On the Construction Worksite and How to Avoid Them