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Despite increased site safety and OSHA standars, construction remains one of the most dangerous industries in the U.S. From roofing and welding to glazing and carpentry, construction jobs involve hard work in often harsh environments. Workers are exposed to potentially fatal accidents each day. Some typical construction site injuries involve:

• Dangerous falls from scaffolding, ladders, roofs and beams
• Dropped or falling objects
• Over-exerting while lifting heavy objects
• Being struck, hit or trapped by heavy or sharp objects, equipment or heavy vehicles
• Accidents caused by use of dangerous machinery and equipment
• Exposure to dangerous chemicals, gases or environmental factors

If you are an injured construction worker, you need an attorney with the experience and knowledge to effectively navigate Illinois' complex worker's compensation laws and to defend your right to compensation. Senior Partner Loren B. Siegel has represented the interests of injured workers for 35 years. He possesses the aggressive negotiation and strong litigation skills that are required today for successful workers' comp claims.

Could You Have Additional Injury Claims?

In addition to protecting your rights to fair and just compensation, consulting an experienced Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury attorney is vital to identifying all at-fault parties. Your work-related injuries may involve more than a workers' compensation claim. For instance, workers who are injured on the job may have multiple personal injury claims, including product liability, if the equipment they were using proves defective or faulty. Premises liability issues is another common additional claim.

Of course, multiple claims are never simple. The attorneys at LOREN B. SIEGEL & ASSOCIATES, LLC have the expertise to identify personal injury liability in addition to your workers' compensation claims and to manage all claims simultaneously, saving you the cost of additional attorney fees.

Finally, while construction injuries usually involve workers, sometimes pedestrians, inhabitants and employees of businesses near the construction site may also be injured by falling debris, construction materials, slips on poorly maintained pedestrian walkways and more. These may all be instances of negligence and involve Illinois Premises Liability laws.

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Your worker's compensation insurance company is not obligated to inform you that what you say to them can be used to delay, reduce or deny your benefits. We deal directly with your insurance company and its legal team to obtain the best settlement for you case. We even work with the insurance companies that other law firms won't touch! To maximize your Worker's Compensation Benefits, contact Loren B. Siegel & Associates at (312) 236-7555 immediately after suffering a work-related injury! Your first consultation is free—and you don't pay if we don't increase your benefits!

Even if your injury seems relatively minor, you may qualify for substantial benefits, including:

  • Related medical expenses
  • Future related medical expenses
  • Out-of-pocket costs
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Long-Term Care and/or Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy
  • Vocational rehabilitation or job training

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