Chicago Heavy Equipment Accident Attorney

Construction Site Accidents Often Leave Victims With Serious Injuries

As with most accidents, workplace accidents that occur on construction sites often leave victims suffering serious or even catastrophic injuries. Accidents involving heavy equipment are no different. Fortunately, there is help available for victims and their families.

At the Illinois law firm of Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, we have decades of experience helping victims of accidents as they pursue both workers’ compensation benefits and possibly personal injury compensation. We will put our experience to work for you.

Schedule a free initial consultation today by calling (312) 781-1977.

Afraid Your Options Are Limited After A Heavy Equipment Accident?

Victims of heavy equipment accidents often believe that workers’ compensation is their only hope after suffering on-the-job injuries. Fortunately, this is not always the case.

In some cases, a workplace accident is caused by the negligence of a third party such as a subcontractor or the manufacturer of a faulty machine. When this is the case, a victim has the right to file a personal injury claim against the third party in an attempt to obtain compensation for the injuries, including pain and suffering, and the impact on activities of daily living that resulted from negligence.

How We Can Help You

The lawyers at Seidman Margulis & Fairman, LLP, have over 75 years of combined experience. Not only will we help ensure that you receive the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled, but we will also help you pursue personal injury compensation via a third-party claim, if applicable to your situation.

If you suffered injuries in an accident while you were operating heavy equipment such as a bulldozer, backhoe, dump truck, or other construction-related machinery, let our attorneys seek justice on your behalf.

Email us today to schedule an appointment at one of our conveniently located law offices. We have offices in Deerfield, Belleville, and Chicago to allow us to serve victims throughout Illinois.