Helping Injured Construction Workers Get Compensation

The construction industry is well-known for its dangerous jobs. Injuries are common, but unfortunately, injured workers often do not know what to do to protect their rights.


With the help of an attorney, you can make sure you take the right steps after an injury on the job. At Strong Law Offices in Peoria, we know the answers to your questions about work injuries. Our lawyers have helped hundreds of injured workers in Illinois get the workers' compensation benefits they need. We assist construction workers with traumatic injuries as well as repetitive stress injuries. Please call us at 1-800-234-0090 for a free consultation.

Report Your Injury, File for Workers' Compensation and Talk to Us

If you have been injured while working construction, you should report the injury to your employer within 45 days and follow the procedures it requires. You should also file for workers' compensation as soon as possible because there is a filing deadline. In addition, you should get medical treatment as soon as you can. Make sure your doctor knows you were injured on the job and will be filing for workers' compensation.

While all injured workers can benefit from an attorney's help, it is especially important for construction workers to speak with an attorney. Cases involving construction workers can be complex because there are typically many employers, contractors and subcontractors working on the site. This can make it challenging to determine who is liable for the injury.

Our attorneys have the experience to investigate your case and figure out who is responsible for your injury. We have worked on numerous construction accident cases and know the industry well. You can rely on our experience in this field. We will seek compensation from all liable sources. If a third party was responsible for your injury, we can file a separate personal injury suit against that party. Any compensation you receive from this lawsuit will be in addition to your workers' comp benefits.

Learn More Today

You can call us at 1-800-234-0090 or contact us online today. Your initial consultation is free.