Some of the most serious and life-threatening injuries are those caused by industrial machinery. While workers in the Chicago construction industry use every precaution to protect themselves from accidents and injuries, negligence by other parties can still happen. If you or a loved one were seriously injured in a Chicagoland industrial machinery accident, The Jasmer Law Firm can help you seek full and fair compensation. We are a premier personal injury law firm in Chicago, Illinois, with a track record that speaks for itself.
Exceptional Personal Injury Representation
At The Jasmer Law Firm, our principal lawyer helps clients who were injured or killed while working with industrial machinery. Since 1996, David S. Jasmer has been representing injured Chicago
industrial plant and
construction workers, having achieved a successful record of
verdicts and settlements. This includes over
$90 million in combined compensation for our clients, including
$20 million and
$30 million settlements and verdicts.
We can help you and your family obtain compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses and damages. For more information, contact our Chicago industrial machinery accident lawyer to schedule a free initial consultation.
Examples of accidents in plants and assembly lines:
- Operating conveyer belt
- Saws or compressors
- Punching/shearing machines
- Malfunctioning equipment/machines
- Non-existent/malfunctioning safeguards
- Electric shock
- Falling boxes/collapsed stacks
- Oil and gas refinery explosions
- Toxic/chemical exposure
Chicago area industrial plant accidents are very serious. Injuries can include spinal cord injuries, paralysis, burns, brain trauma and even death. If you have suffered the loss of a loved one, we can file a wrongful death claim on his or her behalf.
Contact Chicago lawyer David S. Jasmer, call 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021. We offer free consultations, handle claims on a contingency fee basis and have a proven record of success in industrial machinery injury claims.