Construction Accident Attorney in St. Clair County, IL

Our law firm is a proven resource for workers injured on construction sites and in other industrial settings in Missouri and Illinois. If you need a construction accident attorney in St. Louis Missouri or Illinois after a serious fall, accident resulting in crush injuries, fire, explosion or other on-the-job accident you can turn to us. For skilled legal guidance on whether a “third party” other than your employer should be held financially liable for what happened, you can count on Keefe, Keefe & Unsell, P.C. Over the course of a career that began in 1979 Keefe, Keefe & Unsell, P.C. have built a reputation for strong and effective representation of serious personal injury and wrongful death victims. Today, our Belleville lawyers continue to emphasize compassionate personal service in construction accident cases. We are committed to the protection of individual rights and the practice of law with integrity.

Construction Accident Attorney in St. Clair County, Illinois

Looking at All Angles in the Effort to Recover Compensation You Deserve
Keefe, Keefe and Unsell P.C., construction accident attorneys.

Many accident victims injured on the job believe that workers’ compensation and health insurance benefits are their only resources for money to cover medical bills and other economic challenges created by their injuries or illness. In fact, equipment manufacturers, contractors and others often have legal accountability to people hurt because of negligence that causes accidents. Such as:

• A slip and fall, falls from scaffolding, ladders, cranes and other construction equipment

• Injury caused by heavy equipment failures often due to a fundamental design flaw, inadequate maintenance or inadequate operator training

• Auto and truck accidents on unsafe construction sites (poorly maintained, poorly organized)

We have the in-house medical knowledge and quality resources to properly gauge the full economic impact of serious long-term injuries or a wrongful death. Our experience extends to helping people who must cope with catastrophic crush injuries, brain and spinal cord injuries, back and neck injuries, burns, and other severe consequences.

We adeptly handle both premises liability and products liability claims, as well as other types of civil litigation. To work with an aggressive yet balanced personal injury firm you can count on for insight targeted at helping you recover, please contact us at Keefe, Keefe & Unsell, P.C.

Construction Accident Attorney in St. Clair County, Illinois

Keefe, Keefe & Unsell, P.C. has a long track record of law firm expertise in St. Clair County, Illinois. We’ve made it our mission to protect construction workers by using our resources and experience. We have secured compensation for many construction workers injured on the job. Examples include this 2016 case, Spencer v API Construction. The outcome: Spencer was awarded $9.44 million after sustaining injuries on his work site. This compensation was owed for past and future pain, lost wages, as well as medical expenses. This is an example of how an expert legal team with a dedication to effective representation of clients can serve the hard-working construction workers of St. Clair County. These cases serve as a reminder to construction companies as to why job site safety is important in protecting employee well-being.

Why Construction Accident Law Is Important

Construction as an industry is laden with dangerous elements. Between the heavy machinery, the many moving pieces, and the volume of workers on-site, there is plenty opportunity for accidents. You can see the staggering statistics on fatalities on the job. Often times construction workers injured on the job lack legal representation, receiving minimal compensation for suffering resulting from work related injuries. Keefe, Keefe & Unsell P.C. is honored to represent these hard-working individuals. We offer them trusted legal advice and guidance to securing a settlement. Without diligent construction accident attorneys, construction companies would not be held accountable for dangerous safety oversights on the job site.

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