Machinery Accidents at New York Construction Sites
Our Bronx attorneys make your case matter
Machinery and different kinds of heavy equipment are often used at construction sites in New York, including power tools, nail guns, forklifts, bulldozers and backhoes. Unfortunately, construction accidents involving construction equipment often occur and regularly result in serious injuries or even fatalities.
Injuries caused by construction machinery or equipment can cover a wide range, including:
- Back injuries
- Broken bones
- Cuts or lacerations
- Head injuries
- Neck injuries
If you sustained a serious injury at a construction site involving heavy equipment or other machinery, get the legal help you need now. Get Giampa Law, experienced NYC construction accident attorneys focused on your needs.
How accidents happen
Accidents involving construction machinery can cover a wide range. Some of the most common causes of construction accidents involving machinery include:
- Inexperienced machine operators
- Defective construction equipment
- Untrained construction workers
- Hazardous work conditions (including unmarked obstacles)
- Poorly maintained construction equipment
- Distracted machine operators
- Impaired machine operators
Whatever the cause of your machine accident, no matter how complicated or straightforward your accident might seem, contact us to find out how our Bronx law firm can help you.
What we can do for you
Evidence builds strong legal cases. Without the facts, you'll have a hard time getting the money you deserve for medical bills, lost wages and other accident-related expenses. That's why it's critical that you have someone on your side looking out for your best interests who will thoroughly investigate your accident claim.
Our experienced legal team knows how to find the information you need to support your claim. From reviewing medical records and interviewing witnesses to consulting with experts, we leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice.
Find out how we can help you. Schedule your free consultation at Giampa Law today.