Construction Equipment Accidents in Waterbury
Injured By a Malfunctioning Machine or Equipment? Know Your Rights!
There is a reason why power tools, heavy machinery, and other such equipment are usually covered in warning labels. When incorrectly used or poorly maintained, these pieces of equipment can become very dangerous and may result in serious injury or even wrongful death. When this happens due to negligence on the part of the manufacturer, or if the injury was caused by a third-party’s negligent use of the machinery, then a personal injury claim is in order. Make sure you have a skilled Waterbury injury lawyer on your side to guide you through the process.
Have you been hurt in a construction site accident involving heavy machinery or equipment? Make sure you are aware of your rights to compensation. You have the right to file a personal injury claim if your damages were the direct result of someone else’s negligence or a product defect. Damages for which you could be compensated include medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, decreased earning capacity, and more. Brennan Law Firm, LLC handles a wide variety of construction accident claims that result from machinery injuries.
Common injuries caused by machinery malfunctions include, but are not limited to:
- Amputation injuries
- Broken bones
- Burn injuries
- Crushing injuries
- Head and neck injuries
- Puncture wounds
- Vehicle accidents
Types of construction equipment that are often involved in these accidents include:
- Front-end loaders
- Power tools
Act now if you have been seriously injured in a heavy machinery accident, or if your loved one has lost his or her life in such an accident due to someone else’s negligent or reckless behavior on a construction site.
Over 30 Years of Experience in Construction Accident Claims
Brennan Law Firm, LLC has served Waterbury since 2012 and focuses on delivering the best possible results to each and every client who walks through the doors. Our firm has a number of quality resources to help maximize compensation for clients, including professional experts such as accident reconstructionists and physicians who help to build strong and compelling cases. You can trust us to give 100% to the building of a solid case on your behalf.
What You Need to Know About Third-Party Personal Injury Claims
Are you a construction worker who was injured on the job by a third party? You cannot sue your employer; however, you can hold the liable party responsible for your damages if you are able to prove that their negligence caused your accident. Whether your injury was caused by a negligent co-worker, a subcontractor, or defective construction machinery, our Waterbury construction accident lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve, as well as any workers' compensation benefits you may be entitled to receive.
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