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Industrial Injury

Chicago Industrial Injury Attorneys

Representing the Victims of Industrial Construction Injuries throughout Illinois

Construction worksites and other industrial workplaces are dangerous places. Although construction work sites are highly regulated, subject to several Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) safety regulations, construction accidents and injuries still occur.

At Cogan & Power, P.C., our Chicago construction accident attorneys can guide you through the maze of complex liability issues, and help you recover the compensation that you need and deserve. We have obtained a number of multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of construction accident victims, including a nearly $7 million settlement for a 61-year-old man who lost his lower leg in a construction zone accident.

Contact our office at
(312) 477-2500
If you or a loved one suffers from an industrial injury, schedule a free consultation to discuss a possible legal claim for your construction accident injuries.

Types of Construction Accidents that Result in Industrial Injuries

Construction accidents can result in a number of injuries. Some of the more common industrial injuries include:

Crane and hoist accidents
Forklift and construction vehicle accidents
Ladder accidents and falls
Explosions and fires
Accidents caused by defective construction equipment
Slip and fall accidents
Gas leaks
Falling debris and other objects

Financial Compensation for Industrial Injuries

If you suffer from construction injuries, you are probably dealing with significant pain, mounting medical bills, and a loss of wages. At Cogan & Power, our Chicago construction injury attorneys are dedicated to helping injured construction workers obtain the financial compensation that they deserve.

Workers who have suffered construction injuries as a result of an on-the-job accident are generally entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Depending on the circumstances of the construction injuries, the injured worker may also be entitled to money damages in a personal injury lawsuit against a third party.

While the amount of compensation that can be received for industrial injuries depends on the extent of the injuries and the cause of the construction accident, persons who experience industrial injuries may be entitled to compensatory damages, including:


Medical expenses
Lost wages (past and future)
Property damages
Pain and suffering
Loss of normal life

In some cases, the injured party may also be awarded punitive damages, which are meant to punish the negligent party for his or her wrongdoing, and deter future grossly negligent or intentional wrongdoing. At Cogan & Power, we advocate on behalf of our clients for full and fair financial recovery, including personal injury damages and workers’ compensation benefits.

If you suffer from industrial injuries, contact our office at (312) 477-2500 to schedule a free consultation to discuss a possible legal claim for your construction accident injuries.