Workers Comp Lawyers Handling Hoist Accidents
Throughout the past several years, crane and hoist accidents have become more common in all over the country. As recently as July 2016 there was one on the Tappanzee Bridge in New York. Several deadly and highly publicized cases have made the public more aware of the dangers of construction cranes. If you have been injured by a hoist accident, or have lost a loved one in a hoist accident, you need the help of our workers’ compensation lawyers as they are experienced at handling hoist accident claims around the United States.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a crane or hoist accident, either as a construction worker or bystander, it is essential that you seek legal representation in the form of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys. An experienced and knowledgeable workers’ comp lawyer can protect your rights and see that the negligent party is held responsible for the injuries you have suffered. Contact our legal team here for a free consult.
Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Serving All 50 States
The workers’ compensation lawyer on our team take a tremendous amount of pride in aggressively pursuing compensation for the injuries suffered by our construction worker, manual laborer, part time and seasonal worker clients. They serve all 50 states and Washington D.C. and major metropolitan areas such as Manhattan, Los Angeles, San Diego, El Paso, Dallas, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Miami, Charlotte, Portland and Seattle.
Hoist accidents can be especially dangerous as they have the potential to injure or kill the crane operators, other construction workers and bystanders. Hoist accidents have actually collapsed entire construction sites and cause extensive damage to surrounding buildings and structures.
Our Florida workers’ compensation accident attorneys in serve injured workers, other injured individuals and family members who have been affected by a wide range of crane and hoist accidents and injuries, including:
- Cranes striking buildings or causing debris to fall unexpectedly
- Cranes falling and injuring workers or innocent bystanders on the street
- Cranes tipping or collapsing, injuring or killing the operators and trapping individuals underneath
- Crush injuries and broken bones caused by accidents
- Head and brain injuries as the result of falling cranes and crane equipment
- Spinal cord injuries and neck injuries from cranes or falling debris
- Wrongful death of a worker or bystander due to the crane accident
Contact Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
To further discuss your specific questions and concerns about your hoist accident injuries or those suffered by a loved one, contact us by clicking here. Our team of New York workmans’ compensation lawyers offer free consultations. In addition,they accept all accident cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no legal fees of any kind unless we recover damages for you.
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