After a Heavy Machinery Injury: Get the Best Possible Legal Advice and Recover Your Losses
Workers who operate heavy machinery or equipment know that machinery and power tool accidents can happen at any time.
They can happen due to safety equipment failure, electrical failure, mechanical defects, or lack of warnings on the machine or in the workplace. Sometimes it happens because the operator was not given enough job training.
Even when you know the risk and a danger involved, once you are injured in a machinery accident, “risk and danger” take on a whole new meaning.
Suddenly you are out of work and facing intense medical bills, loss of present and maybe future income and benefits. You might need of months of bed rest, therapy or rehabilitation, as well as dealing with pain and suffering, while your family deals with loss of income and the loss of your active presence in their lives.
INDUSTRIAL INJURY: DEALING WITH A COMPLEX WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CASE
If you were injured while working at a factory, construction site, farm, packaging plant, warehouse—anywhere heavy equipment is being used—you must contact the right attorneys immediately. If possible, before you file a workers’ compensation claim.
You should be eligible to collect workers’ compensation benefits if you were injured while performing work duties. But workers’ compensation cases can be complex, and the benefits have certain limits.
If a third part was negligent in your case, such as a contractor, subcontractor, maintenance company or product manufacturer, you may have a case for a personal injury or manufacturing defect lawsuit. The right personal injury attorney will have the know-how and experience needed for you to recover the maximum benefits and compensation you are entitled to.
Gay, Chacker & Mittin’s Philadelphia attorneys have extensive experience in dealing with industrial machinery injuries in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and beyond.
We have experience in dealing with a wide range of work machine and equipment accidents, including those involving:
- Construction vehicles, including bulldozers, wheel loaders, dump trucks, excavators, back hoes, and cranes
- Conveyor belts
- Power tools, including nail guns, power hammers, machine presses, drill presses and saws
- Pneumatic rollers
- Air compressors
- Robotic machinery
- Auto lifts
- Hydraulic presses
- Belt grinders
- Chamfering machines
- Sheet metal punches
- Band saws
- Sheet metal equipment
We have successfully aided clients who have suffered a range of injuries, such as:
- Losses of body parts, including medical amputations due to crush injuries
- Vision or hearing losses
- Back and shoulder injuries
- Head and spinal cord injuries
- Heart attacks
- Puncture wounds
- Broken bones
- Blunt force injury
- Any injuries that result in temporary or permanent disability
MACHINERY INJURY BENEFITS: GET EXPERT GUIDANCE THROUGH THE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PROCESS
The dedicated, knowledgeable worker’s compensation and personal injury lawyers in our Philadelphia offices have served heavy machinery and power tool injury clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and surrounding areas for nearly five decades.
We have won hundreds of clients excellent compensation from personal injury and workers’ compensation claims. Our excellent track record attests to the significant settlements and awards we have fought for.
We will work hard to obtain all necessary medical evidence and other important information, including statements from witnesses and testimony from medical and machine experts, to prove the full impact of your heavy machinery or equipment injuries.
We will guide you through each step of the process, returning your calls quickly and keeping you informed of all progress.
TELL US WHAT HAPPENED – WE ARE READY TO HELP
If you or someone you love has suffered a work-related injury or death from an equipment, machinery or power tool accident, you need a dedicated personal injury lawyer. We will work tenaciously to get you fair and just compensation for medical expenses, lost income and benefits, disability, and pain and suffering.
Whether you have just begun the claims process or you are in the middle of a heavy machinery or construction injury claim, speak with one of our machinery injury attorneys today. We are dedicated to protecting your and your family’s well-being.
Contact us now to learn more about how we can help and speak to a Philadelphia machinery injuries lawyer. There is no risk or obligation. We charge you no legal fees unless we win financial compensation for you, or stop a workers’ compensation insurance company from ending or reducing your benefits.
Call us today at 1-800-LAW-4030 for a free consultation, and start getting the compensation you need and deserve.