Philadelphia Unsafe Construction Equipment Lawyers
Construction workers face numerous hazards each day on the construction site. Some of the hazards are inherent to the job, such as working at great heights and working with massive, complex machinery. However, even though construction workers may face numerous hazards, it does not relieve the liability of employers and construction equipment manufacturers from ensuring workers have safe tools and equipment to perform their jobs. Unsafe construction equipment accidents happen all too often.
When construction equipment malfunctions because of a defect or other negligence, one or more parties may be liable for injuries and damages caused by the defective construction machinery. At Pansini, Mezrow & Davis, our Philadelphia construction accident lawyers work to hold construction companies, corporations, and equipment manufacturers liable when an employee is injured by unsafe construction equipment.
Our lawyers have extensive experience handling construction injury cases. We handle claims involving all types of unsafe construction equipment, including but not limited to accidents involving:
Power tools, such as saws, jackhammers, and power nailers
Many other tools and equipment found on a construction site
If you are injured by unsafe construction equipment, seek immediate medical attention. Then contact our office to discuss how we can help you hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligence that led to your injuries and damages.
Types of Accidents That Can Occur Because of Unsafe Construction Equipment
Unfortunately, unsafe construction equipment puts everyone on the job site in danger of death or serious injuries. Types of accidents that could result include:
A lack of maintenance or inadequate inspections could result in unsafe construction equipment. Failing to repair equipment immediately or put it out of use can result in a fatal construction accident. A lack of training, missing safety guards, and inadequate warnings may also lead to an accident.
Construction equipment could be unsafe because of a design flaw or a manufacturing flaw. If so, the product’s manufacturer and other parties could be liable under a product liability claim.
Holding Parties Accountable for Unsafe Construction Equipment Accidents
An accident involving unsafe construction equipment can result in numerous injuries. A worker may sustain:
If a piece of construction equipment injures you, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, you may also have a claim against your employer, a contractor, the product manufacturer, and other third parties. Third-party claims for a construction accident claim can result in much more money for your injuries and damages. Some of our clients have received millions of dollars in damages because of a personal injury claim.
Why Do You Need the Philadelphia Construction Lawyers of Pansini, Mezrow & Davis on Your Side?
Because we know the law, we know the system, but even more important, we know how to win. Our lawyers take on formidable opponents with endless resources and we win. Why? Because we do not give up. We are passionate about protecting injured victims and their families from the abusive and unfair tactics used by insurance companies and large corporations to cheat victims out of the money they deserve.
Our strength is in our dedication to our clients and our excellent reputation in the legal community of being aggressive trial attorneys. We never back down from a fight.
Everything we do is designed to provide exceptional legal services to our clients while seeking maximum compensation for their construction accident claims. Let us help you. Put our considerable skills, resources, experience, and knowledge to use for you.
Call Our Philadelphia Unsafe Construction Equipment Lawyers for More Information
Do not wait to contact an attorney. Delays in seeking legal advice can result in the loss of legal rights and a weaker case.
Your time to file an injury claim is restricted by law. You need an attorney working on your case as soon as possible to help prevent evidence of fault and liability from being destroyed or lost.
Call (215) 732-5555 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Pennsylvania unsafe construction equipment attorney.