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Scaffolding Accident Lawyers in Chicago, IL

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Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish

20 North Clark Street
Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60602-5099312-445-9084
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Scaffolding Accident Overview

Workers rely on scaffolding for a number of different projects from construction to renovation to painting. If you or a loved one was injured in a scaffolding accident, it is wise to contact a skilled attorney at the Chicago law firm of Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish.

Construction workers face dangerous circumstances at work every day. When these conditions lead to accidents, it is not uncommon for workers to suffer severe, catastrophic and life-altering injuries. In these situations, it is important to rely on a law firm that can guide you through the legal process of recovering compensation for lost wages and medical treatment.
Scaffolding accidents can occur for several different reasons, including:

  • Poor construction
  • Faulty or defective materials
  • Inadequate safety features, including harnesses and floor boards
  • Failure to recognize adverse weather conditions
  • Using scaffolding outside manufacturers' specifications

If you were hurt in a scaffolding accident due to the negligence or inattention of another person, you might be entitled to a civil claim over and above your workers' compensation claim. An experienced attorney can explain your options for monetary recovery through a free consultation. Contact Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish today.

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Areas of Practice

  • Scaffolding Accident
  • Personal Injury
Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Attorneys

Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Attorneys


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