According to surveys conducted by politically neutral institutions, like the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) and the Department of Labor (DOL), construction sites are some of the most dangerous places in Illinois to work. Employees, sub-contractors and inspectors labor under conditions that are constantly changing. Thousands of steps must go right for a construction project to turn out well. Only one mis-step needs to happen for tragedy to ensue.
If you, a co-worker, or a loved one has been injured at a construction site in and around the Chicago area, connect with personal injury attorney Mark D. Brynteson today. He can help you explore protections and benefits that you may not know even exist. In over 15 years of battling for the rights of injured construction workers (and others), Mark D. Brynteson has dealt with practically every kind of case imaginable, from matters dealing with traumatic brain injuries and death to cases involving police brutality, dog bites, slip and falls, and medical malpractice.
He can investigate your claim and draw up a systematic approach to get you the compensation you deserve. More than one party may be responsible, since a variety of factors often play into these types of accidents. Parties who may be legally liable for your injuries (and the resulting medical bills and other costs) can include but are not limited to:
- Manufacturers of equipment that you or your co-workers used
- Construction companies
- Other workers or supervisors
- Insurance companies
- Anyone else who has a legal obligation to ensure a safe work environment
Given the number of potentially liable parties and the complexity of these accidents, it behooves you to contact me immediately. Gathering information about what happened is critical. The longer you wait to get in touch with an Illinois construction accident attorney, the more difficult it can be to determine what exactly took place and figure out whose negligence caused or contributed to the accident.
Injured workers may be tempted to give statements to insurance companies or other investigators. Resist that temptation. You may accidentally compromise your case and imperil your ability to collect for missed wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
For a no obligation, no pressure consultation, dial 1-815-569-4280 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to his no-fee guarantee, you pay nothing unless and until Mark D. Brynteson win money for you.
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