A Pittsburgh area man was killed in a wrongful death construction accident last week. The man was working for a partition company and was working on the fourth floor of the building at the time of his death. A crane was being used to lift materials up to higher floors, but the crane and its load hit the fifth floor of the building. This caused a piece of concrete to break off and hit the man, killing him.Unless the crane was being operated by a co-worker, this is exactly the kind of case which would result in a construction accident third party liability suit. The basis of this would be that the crane operator failed to keep the load under control and deliver it safely to the landing point. Case like this care very challenging factually, and I recommend to anyone who is involved in a construction accident such as this that they hire an experienced Chicago personal injury lawyer to represent their interests. The relationship between an Illinois worker’s compensation case and a third party liability suit present challenging legal issues. Having well-qualified counsel representing their interests can make a difference of thousands of dollars to families who are involved in construction accidents such as this.