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Protecting Your Rights When Safety Violations Result In Injuries

Safety is a high priority in the construction industry. An accident on a construction site can have catastrophic results. This is why the federal government and the state of Illinois regulate safety requirements through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

The attorneys at Rosenberg, Eisenberg & Associates, LLC, know that a construction site can be one of the most dangerous places to work. When employers, contractors or supervisors fail to follow safety protocol, your life and health are at risk. If you have been injured while working construction, you have access to quality legal advocacy by calling 847-640-1676.

Representing Victims Of Construction Site Safety Violations

While the workers’ compensation system in Illinois exists to cover your medical bills and lost wages following a workplace injury, even this is not always sufficient in the face of devastating injuries from a construction accident. Often, these accidents are the result of violations of OSHA safety regulations, including the following most common offenses:

  • Failing to provide and maintain appropriate personal protection equipment such as hard hats, fall arrest systems, nonslip shoes and gloves
  • Failing to install guardrails on scaffolds and other elevated work sites to prevent falls
  • Failing to ground electrical wires to avoid electrocution
  • Inadequately shoring trenches and pits against collapse
  • Failing to prevent tools and debris from falling onto workers and bystanders below
  • Failing to provide regular, adequate safety training for employees

For decades, our lawyers have stood beside injured construction workers in Arlington Heights and other Chicago suburbs. We understand the devastating effect a construction accident can have on a worker, including debilitating injuries, lost wages and a slow, painful recovery. We also represent the families of those construction workers who suffered fatal injuries on the job because of safety violations. We will diligently fight for the compensation you need and aggressively pursue every option for maximizing your benefits.

Let Our Team Work For You

We are a small firm that can provide personalized service, but we have a reputation for offering results you’d expect from a much larger law firm. Call us at 847-640-1676 or contact us through our online form to schedule a free initial consultation. We will evaluate your case and discuss the best options for seeking the compensation you need. Interpreting services are available.