Illinois Construction Accidents

Construction work carries many potential hazards, due to a variety of factors.  Construction often entails working with powerful equipment and heavy tools, often in locations that are inherently dangerous.  Adding to the potential for danger is that often work is done under time pressures.

Construction can happen at many different sites, and includes work at new buildings; road and highway construction; homes and residential complexes; industrial construction; environmental construction; new retail developments; and demolition.

Despite various safety regulations and other preventative measures implemented in construction work, it is not uncommon for minor and major injuries, as well as fatal accidents, to occur.

Should you be injured during a construction accident, it is in your best interest to talk with an Illinois personal injury lawyer to safeguard your rights and see what legal options may be available.

Elman Joseph Law Group handles construction injuries including:

  • Accidents involving defective construction tools
  • Amputation accidents
  • Construction site burns
  • Crane accidents
  • Electrical shocks
  • Eye injuries from flying debris
  • Excavation accidents
  • Explosions
  • Falling debris
  • Fire-related accidents
  • Hazardous chemical exposure
  • Heavy equipment failure
  • Nail gun accidents
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Runaway equipment
  • Roofing accidents
  • Wall collapse
  • Welding accidents

As well as handling these types of Illinois construction injuries, Elman Joseph Law Group also handles construction accident wrongful death cases.

Should you be injured, call Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Joseph Law Group, at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the accident and injuries, and to receive a free legal consultation.  This legal consultation is confidential in nature.

Elman Joseph Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…clients are not charged legal fees unless and until there is monetary recovery.

Elman Joseph Law Group has been handling Illinois personal injury cases for 20+ years.  During this time we have established a reputation for court trial performance.  This court trial performance is valuable for personal injury cases because if an attractive settlement is not offered we have the proven capability to get compensation through court verdicts.

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