New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers That Handle Crane Accidents
Attorney Offices Located in Newark / Essex County, Monmouth County and Bergen County
The Clark Law Firm P.C. handles all types of construction site accidents, including crane accidents. When a crane is not properly maintained or operated, it can cause devastating and serious bodily injuries, including death for the operator or others on the site. OSHA and industry standards have specific rules about crane safety. The New Jersey construction accident lawyers at the Clark Law Firm, P.C. are experienced accident attorneys that can help you maximize the compensation you deserve for your injuries. With offices located throughout NJ, including Essex, Monmouth and Bergen Counties, the Clark Law Firm, P.C. has convenient locations for individuals to meet with our attorneys.
Millions of workers have suffered from construction or work site related injuries and fatalities. It is a difficult time when a person is injured due to a work site accident. Most people rely on their jobs for their livelihood and once devastating injuries occur it can be difficult or impossible to return to work. It is important to find attorneys, like at the Clark Law Firm, P.C., that is experienced with New Jersey construction law that can help compensate you for your injuries.
The different types of crane accidents are:
- Crane Tip-over
- Struck by falling objects
- Crane failure
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulate the standards in which employers must follow to maintain a safe work site. The cranes must be maintained, inspected before each use and follow manufacture specifications regarding wiring requirements. However, many employers do not follow these regulations that are in place by OSHA, many knowingly violate these standards. Most construction site accidents are caused by failures to implement these safety precautions.
Due to the different types of injuries that occur with construction and work-site injuries, it may create claims under personal injury, wrongful death or products liability. Though injuries sustained while an employee is at work involves Worker’s Compensation, it very seldom compensates the employee efficiently for the injuries they have sustained. Since Worker’s Compensation law generally bars employees from gaining recovery from their employer, it is crucial that you hire an expert attorney in this field that understand the law and know your rights when it comes to work or job related accidents.
It is important that you obtain a lawyer that is experienced with OSHA’s standards and New Jersey construction site law to help you effectively handle your case. The attorneys at the Clark Law Firm, P.C. are experts in New Jersey construction law and crane accidents. Please contact the Clark Law Firm, P.C. if you or your loved one has been seriously injured due to a crane accident on a construction or work-site. For injured workers and families that have limited abilities with English, we have staff on hand that speaks Portuguese and Spanish to better suit your needs.