By their very nature construction sites are dangerous, our construction accident lawyers know this. Certain industries are more dangerous than others. This can be made worse by companies that violate laws such as the Scaffolding Act. Construction accident cases can be very complex and in all but cases of minor injuries, legal advice should be sought.
Construction accident lawyer Robert Edens “Bob” will use his over 20 years of experience to fight to get you the MONEY you deserve. Bob has represented 100′s of construction accident victims and has gotten them MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. Bob has been recognized as a TOP lawyer in Illinois. It is important to know that from the time of your injury that the insurance company has a team of professionals working around the clock to deny or reduce your claim. Therefore, if you or someone you love has been injured in a construction accident, you should call The Law Offices of Robert T. Edens and get a team of professions working on your side.
A construction site in itself can be hazardous even to the employees who are there on a daily basis. Objects are moved about routinely. Power tools, equipment, and heavy machinery are usually present and these can contribute to a construction site injury. A broken arm or leg, back strain, power tool injury, heavy equipment injury, or a slip and fall injury can all require long-term recovery, cause emotional distress and possibly require physical therapy.
Whether you are a worker, a visitor, or someone else that somehow suffered a construction injury, you may be entitled to compensation including monies for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages. It is important to get the best legal advice you can to answer your questions and explain your options. Please take the time to review this website, the testimonials, and FAQ.
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