Skilled Construction Accident Injury Attorneys
The ConocoPhillips refinery in Roxana, Illinois, about 15 miles northeast of St. Louis, is slated to create up to 1,600 new jobs over the next few years, as well as work for industrial and residential construction crews. The new Granite City heat recovery coke manufacturing plant has a 15-year contract to supply the U.S. Steel plant with coke and steam, with an estimated construction cost of $290 million.
Protecting Your Rights
Despite everyone’s best efforts, construction accidents do happen. Scaffolding falls down. Molten steel explodes. Someone running a forklift runs into you. If you or a family member has been injured in a catastrophic construction accident, you are entitled to payments for medical bills and lost wages through Illinois or Missouri worker’s compensation.
Sometimes accidents are caused by subcontractors or outside vendors — people who are not employees. If that happens, the construction accidents attorneys at Walton Telken can represent your interests in a third-party liability claim against the negligent person.
If you have construction site injuries, contact a personal injury attorney at Walton Telken. We offer every client a free initial consultation in our Edwardsville or St. Louis offices. Please call 1-844-307-7349 to schedule a confidential consultation with a skilled worker’s compensation lawyer.
People who are injured in construction accidents often suffer horrific injury that may alter their lives and their livelihoods, including:
- Severe burns
- Ladder falls
- Roof falls
- Exposure to dangerous chemicals
- Herniated disks
- Torn knees or shoulders
- Lifting injuries
In cases where a simple construction accidents injury became life-altering, we have helped clients recover lifetime worker’s compensation benefits.
You Don’t Pay Us Unless We Win
Our attorneys work on contingency. We choose cases that we believe can be won, because we do not get paid unless you do. For a free initial consultation, contact us today. We represent clients from Eastern Missouri and Southern and Southwestern Illinois.