Andrew T. Suszek, J.D., has practiced personal injury law
(including medical malpractice) for three years and business law for one year.
He has experience in all of the stages of a lawsuit: valuing, filing lawsuits,
conducting oral and written discovery, drafting and arguing motions, trials,
Andrew holds a law degree with a certificate in
international and comparative law from DePaul University as well as a
bachelor’s degree in political science, professional writing and history from
Saginaw Valley State University.
Andrew was a standout student at both schools. At DePaul,
Andrew graduated with honors after excelling in several moot arbitration
competitions. At SVSU, Andrew again graduated with honors after being elected
student body president.
You can email Andrew at [email protected]. He can also be found on Google +
Articles By Andrew Suszek
When most people think about construction worker injuries, they probably visualize sudden injuries, such as falls or electrocutions.
Every year, thousands of workers in the United States are injured in incidents involving forklifts. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), some of the most common types of accidents include:
More deaths occur in the construction industry every year than in almost any other industry in the U.S., and electrocution is one of the top four causes of those deaths. It follows that electrical injuries are a significant reason for lawsuits by construction workers and their families.
Construction is a dangerous industry.