Construction Site, Scaffolding and Deck Collapse Accidents Attorney

When multi-story buildings, high-rise condominiums, stadiums, business complexes and other large building structures in the Chicago metro area are being built, scaffolding and deck platforms are necessary. These scaffolds and deck platforms support Chicago construction and iron workers as they pour concrete or construct steel/wood structures. When either scaffolding or decking collapses, it leads to serious and often catastrophic injuries. If you or your loved one were injured in a Chicago scaffolding or deck collapse accident, you want a law firm to help you obtain full and fair compensation.

The Jasmer Law Firm in Chicago, Illinois, has a successful record in verdicts and settlements. In fact, our principal attorney attained a record-breaking $20 million settlement involving a UPS semi tractor-trailer accident. In addition, the firm has recovered more than $90 million in compensation for injured and deceased clients and their families.

Our record speaks for itself, and we can apply our extensive experience and skills to your construction accident case. We believe in attentive legal representation along with a focus on the details. This is why we are able to bring in experts such as engineers, safety experts and physicians to help reconstruct what happened and hold negligent parties responsible.

To discuss your scaffolding or deck collapse injury with a Chicago scaffolding and deck collapse accident lawyer, please contact us today.

Chicago Metro Area: Scaffolding and Deck Collapse Injuries

Due to the extreme heights of deck platforms and scaffolding in Chicago, it is not surprising that injuries happen, often serious and life-threatening. Regardless of what type of injury you have sustained, we will do everything we can to seek the best result for your particular case.

Injuries often include:

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Contact Chicago lawyer David S. Jasmer, call 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021. The consultation is free and all scaffolding and deck collapse cases are handled on a contingent fee basis.

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