Your Chicago Attorneys for Injuries in the
As an employee, you are entitled to a safe and healthy workplace. But when employers fail to uphold their end of the deal, you can end up injured — from psychological effects to broken bones and even wrongful death. The attorneys at Kaveny + Kroll are experienced in seeking justice for people injured at work. We stand for your rights.
Please call the attorneys at Kaveny + Kroll today for a free confidential consultation at 312-761-KKTL (5585).
Every 7 seconds, a worker is injured on the job. These numbers are staggering, and the worst part is that each one is preventable. Taking preventative action can spare workers needless pain and suffering.
TOP 3 Workplace injury events resulting in lost work days
• Lifting or Lowering
• Repetitive Motions
CONTACT WITH OBJECTS AND EQUIPMENT
• Struck By or Against Object or Equipment
• Caught In or Compressed by Equipment or Objects
SLIPS, TRIPS + FALLS
• Falls to a Lower Level
• Falls on the Same Level
Source: National Safety Council
Click through the tabs below to learn about a few of our cases involving INJURIES IN THE WORKPLACE.
Verdict for a 33-year-old veteran forced to undergo seven surgeries after his left foot was degloved when it was run over by a forklift while working at an international technology show at McCormick Place
Recovery for a 34-year old property adjuster in Dallas, Texas, left severely burned after being electrocuted by a dangerously-low-hanging electrical wire on a roof, about which the company had received complaints but failed to correct.
Recovery for a 47-year-old mother of two left paralyzed from the waist down after falling 11 feet through an unsecured, unbarricaded hole while viewing a home under construction in the Fox Run Estates subdivision in Schererville, Indiana.
Recovery for a 42-year-old Chicago construction worker whose leg was shattered when he fell 20 feet after the steel beam on which he was working collapsed.
Recovery for a 39-year-old Cook County construction worker after a 1,600-pound steel beam was dropped on his right foot while working at a steel plant.
Recovery for the wrongful death of a construction worker who was impaled and killed when a piece of metal rebar was dropped by a subcontractor at a Chicago construction site.
Recovery for a 28-year-old elevator mechanic who lost his right arm and several fingers on his left hand after a hotel failed to replace defective cables which it had discovered produced an unusual black-tarry substance when in use.
Verdict for a 69-year-old window-treatment-installer who sustained a traumatic brain injury, thirteen skull fractures, severe cognitive, behavioral, and emotional deficits, and speech, vision, hearing, and memory impairments after he fell down a stairway while working on another’s property.
Recovery for a young boy whose leg was amputated after an injury due to lack of safety devices on a conveyor belt.
Keep in mind that our payment is ONLY based on the award in your case. We only get paid if we help you get justice and financial compensation.