Chicago Construction Accident Lawyer
Reports and surveys from the Occupational Safety Health Administration and the Department of Labor have shown that construction sites are some of the most dangerous places to work in Illinois. Conditions are constantly changing, and employees, sub-contractors, and inspectors have to make sure they follow thousands of steps to ensure a project turns out well. Even one mistake can cause a tragedy. If you, someone you work with, or someone you know has been hurt while working on a construction site in or around Chicago, contact the Illinois personal injury attorneys and construction accident lawyers at Malman Law & Associates today. Our experienced lawyers in Illinois will help you learn about the protection and legal benefits regarding your case that you may not be aware of. Over the past fifteen years, we've fought for the rights of injured construction workers and other claimants suffering from personal injuries, and we've dealt with nearly every type of case you can think of. We've handled cases regarding traumatic brain injuries and death, as well as cases involving dog bites, medical malpractice and police brutality.
The construction accident lawyers at our Chicago firm will research and investigate your claim and put together a well-planned approach to fight for your deserved compensation. Since a variety of factors can cause these sorts of accidents, there may be more than one responsible party.
Parties who could potentially be held legally liable for injuries on the job (and the resulting medical costs and other bills) can include:
- Insurance companies
- Equipment manufacturers
- Co-workers and/or supervisors
- People responsible for ensuring a safe work environment
Considering the complexity of these cases and the number of potentially liable parties in these incidents, it's in your best interest to contact us as soon as you can. Gathering as much information about the accident is imperative, and the longer you wait to contact an Illinois construction accident lawyer, the more difficult it can be to piece together the events of what happened and figure out who should be held responsible for the accident.
Workers who get injured during a construction accident may be persuaded to give statements to their insurance providers, the construction company's insurers, or other people investigating the case. It's important to resist the urge to discuss the case, as you may put your case at risk. Doing this can also be detrimental to the possibility of collecting compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and other pain and suffering.
Call our office for a no pressure, no obligation consultation with one of our skilled, experienced Chicago construction accident lawyers. Our ZERO Fee Guarantee means you won't pay anything unless we win money for you. Request a free construction accident case evaluation today.