NYC Crane Accident Attorneys
Operating cranes can be a highly dangerous work duty. If you’ve been injured by a crane, whether while operating one or otherwise, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits under New York State Law.
If you believe that you were injured due to a failure to properly secure a crane, or an unsafe workplace was created due to the reckless operation of a crane, you may be entitled to recover more than your workers’ compensation benefits. If you’ve been injured by the use or operation of a crane, the highly experienced workers compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC can fight for you in court. Using a crane, or working on a site that utilizes cranes, involves a huge risk to your personal safety. If you’ve been injured, you have earned the right to have your medical treatment paid for in full. You may also be entitled to recovery of lost wages as you rehabilitate from your injuries.
In New York State, there are strict regulations in place designed to keep you safe. If your boss has neglected or willfully ignored these guidelines, then he has placed you in harm’s way. Here at Kaplan Lawyers PC, we understand the intricate nature of these polices and can enforce your rights as an employee.
All Construction-Related Injuries
Job sites become a more dangerous place when cranes are being run; there are many associated injuries. We’ve dealt with virtually all types of crane-related injuries, so you’ll be represented by a team of workers’ compensation lawyers that has handled:
- Manhole cover related injuries
- Crane «jumping» accidents
- Injuries from debris knocked loose by cranes
You are at risk when operating a crane or working on a job site that requires the use of a crane, and you deserve to be provided for if something goes wrong. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we will fight to make sure that you receive all of the benefits that you need and are entitled to. The consultation is always free, and if we’re unable to win you the benefits you deserve, all legal fees are waived.
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