Beaver County Heavy Equipment Accident Attorneys
Hopewell Heavy Equipment Accident Lawyers Serving Individuals in Beaver County
Construction Accidents · Heavy Equipment Injuries
Heavy equipment used for construction includes cranes, bobcats and bulldozers. Injuries resulting from contact with heavy equipment at a construction site; at a factory, warehouse or farm; or in any industrial setting are often very serious injuries including the following:
- Crush injuries
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal cord injury
The Beaver County heavy equipment accident attorneys at McMillen Urick Tocci & Jones have extensive experience exploring all legal avenues available to help victims and their families pursue compensation to pay injury-related expenses and move forward.
Understanding Your Full Potential Legal Options
If you sustain injuries while working, a Beaver County heavy equipment accident lawyer at our firm typically begins by initiating a workers compensation claim to help you obtain the immediate medical treatment you need.
But our lawyers also conduct a thorough investigation to determine if third-party negligence contributed to your injury. In these cases, your attorney in Hopewell takes the legal action needed to pursue claims involving manufacturers, maintenance services or operators of heavy equipment.
It is not unusual to learn that a heavy equipment injury was caused by human error such as the following:
- Poor training and supervision
- Inadequate maintenance
- Poor management
- Failure of supervisors to provide a safe work environment
- Violation of OSHA safety requirements
- Failure to use or wear appropriate safety equipment
- Failure to employ safety mechanisms on the equipment itself
- Poor product design
Located in Beaver County, McMillen Urick Tocci & Jones is a respected resource. Our heavy equipment accident lawyers in Hopewell have the experience and knowledge necessary to evaluate negligence after a farming accident or industrial accident. We have earned our reputation through results obtained on behalf of many clients over decades of practice.
Contact an Experienced Beaver County Heavy Equipment Accident Attorney for a Free Consultation
Contact us to schedule a consultation regarding a construction accident with a lawyer at your Pennsylvania home or hospital or at the law offices of McMillen Urick Tocci & Jones. Initial consultations are free, and we handle injury cases on a contingency basis. Attorney fees will be assessed only when and if you obtain a final verdict or settlement.