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Heavy Machinery Accident

Hurt in an Accident Involving Heavy Construction Equipment? We Can Help.

On many construction sites, scheduling and financial concerns lead to an environment in which corners are cut in order to bring the project in on time and on budget. This can lead to a situation in which workers are given tasks to perform for which they have not been properly trained.

When an untrained or improperly supervised worker is given control of a piece of heavy equipment, a serious accident can occur. Lives are changed or lost. If you or a loved one suffered a severe or catastrophic injury in a heavy equipment accident in New York City, contact us today to learn how we can help you seek maximum financial compensation in a personal injury claim or lawsuit.

Experience That Counts in Complicated Cases · (718) 591-6900

Failure to train and supervise workers operating heavy machinery has been implicated in many severe and fatal construction accidents. There are strict safety rules that govern the operation of lifts, cranes, forklifts and other dangerous machinery. When employers, supervisors, property-owners or contractors ignore those rules and someone is badly hurt or dies, they may be held responsible to pay damages.

Accidents involving heavy equipment can be complex and often involve issues of liability. That means it is not always easy to determine who is ultimately responsible for the breakdown in safety procedures that led to the accident. At Ginsberg & Katsorhis, our team or personal injury trial attorneys has the extensive experience it takes to handle these complicated cases.

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We invite you to call our law offices in Queens, toll-free at (718) 591-6900 to discuss your case in a free and informative consultation with an experienced New York personal injury lawyer. You may also contact us by e-mail now for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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