Chicago Scaffold Accident Attorney

Illinois Scaffold Construction Accident Attorney

Cook County Scaffold Accident Lawyer

Have you been injured in a scaffolding accident at work? Whether it could have been prevented or it happened due to forces beyond your control, you are entitled to workers' compensation. You do not have to go through the recovery process on your own, and an experienced attorney can help you pursue the full extent of compensation you deserve.

At the Law Offices of Francis J. Discipio, we represent injured workers throughout the greater Chicago area who have suffered serious personal injuries in scaffolding accidents. We will help you explore all your options for making a full recovery of benefits.

Several years ago, Illinois scaffolding law was changed, and it is no longer as easy for victims to obtain the resources they need to make a full recovery. Protecting scaffolding injury victims for over fifteen years, we know how the new law has changed things, and we know how to make sure you still have access to medical care and financial compensation.

If you were injured in any type of scaffolding or construction accident, we can help you if you have suffered one of the following:

While all workers are entitled to workers' compensation benefits, there is a cap on the amount of benefits you can receive. However, if your injury was the result of someone who is neither your employer or a co-worker, you could file a personal injury claim in addition to your workers' compensation claim.

We also help families who have lost a loved one in a scaffolding accident obtain workers' compensation death benefits. Whatever challenges you may face, we will be here to answer your workers' compensation questions ever step of the way.

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Do not wait to talk to an attorney and get the counsel you are looking for. At the Law Office of Francis J. Discipio we offer direct and honest communication from day one. We will do everything we can to help you maximize your compensation. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

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