You are near the intersection of I-77 and I-90, and traffic comes to a near halt. The orange traffic cones and frustrated drivers around you signal that you are in no man’s land – otherwise known […]Read more.
Construction site injuries aren’t exclusive to those who work in the industry. Anyone from your average journeyman on a site to a pedestrian walking by on the street can become victims. Unfortunately, construction accident attorneys have […]Read more.
According to OSHA, four types of situations cause more than 50 percent of all construction site injuries: falls, electrocution, being struck by something, and being caught in between things. While accidents do happen, many of these […]Read more.
Getting injured on a construction site can be a tricky case to legally understand. That’s what we’re here for. Watch, as Jeff explains what this scenario could mean for you! What do I do if I’ve […]Read more.
There are different spots in the region where construction is in full-swing, gearing to make buildings look nicer and roads easier to travel. Construction sites, as a worker and as a pedestrian/driver, can be dangerous areas […]Read more.