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.
As the weather warms up, many drivers are ready to hit the accelerator on vacations and road trips. The warmer months of the year are also when highway construction starts to pick back up. Highway construction can cause […]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.