Chicago Scaffolding and Ladder Fall Injury Lawyers

With the great deal of construction, maintenance, renovation and painting going on throughout the city, it is not uncommon for serious injuries to occur. Several of these injuries involve falling from or the collapse of scaffolding structures. If you or a loved one was injured in a scaffolding accident, contact our firm today.

The Chicago scaffolding and ladder fall injury attorneys at Steinberg Goodman & Kalish have vast experience representing clients in a wide range of personal injury cases. Our knowledge of personal injury law and our familiarity with construction sites allow us to carefully investigate an accident and prepare an effective case strategy for our clients. Whether the accident involves third-party liability or defective products, we can help.

Construction Site Accident Lawyers

We have provided legal advice and representation to clients in communities throughout Illinois who were injured in scaffolding accidents. These accidents can result from a number of situations, including:

  • Defective materials
  • Faulty or nonexistent safety equipment
  • Failure to recognize dangerous weather conditions
  • Faulty construction

Due to the height of a scaffolding, these falls typically result in serious injuries, including broken bones, spinal cord injuries, neck injuries or traumatic brain injuries. Outside of a workers' compensation component, these accidents can commonly be traced back to a nonemployee cause. Often, the subcontractor who actually erected the scaffolding was not properly trained or the company manufactured the scaffolding using substandard materials. Whatever the case may be, our attorneys will evaluate your case and provide specific direction on how best to proceed.

Contact the Firm

If you have questions regarding scaffolding accidents, schedule a free consultation with an attorney at Steinberg Goodman & Kalish. We will examine your situation and provide an honest case evaluation. Call us at 888-325-7299 or contact us by completing our online form.