Construction sites are some of the most dangerous workplaces in the country, and one of the most dangerous pieces of machinery on a construction site is a crane. If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a crane accident on a construction site, it is time to talk to an experienced lawyer and learn more about your full range of recovery options.
At Rosenn, Jenkins and Greenwald, LLP, our Wilkes-Barre crane accident attorneys have been protecting the rights of injured construction workers for over a half century. As one of the largest and oldest firms in northeast Pennsylvania, we have the experience and the resources to take on the toughest cases and make sure you do everything you can to get the medical care you need and full financial compensation you deserve.
All injured workers are entitled to workers' compensation. However, if you have been injured in a crane accident, you may be eligible to additional compensation through a separate personal injury claim. If someone besides your employer or a coworker is responsible for the conditions that led to your accident, you can file a personal injury claim in addition to your workers' comp.
The most difficult part about crane injury cases is determining who was at fault. Was it the crane operator's fault for driving in an unsafe area? Is the manufacturer responsible for a dangerous defect? Our firm will conduct a thorough investigation to determine liability and make sure you take advantage of every opportunity to maximize your compensation.
Do not hesitate to talk to an experienced attorney after your crane accident. Protecting construction workers in northeast Pennsylvania since 1954, we can help you get fair and full compensation. With offices in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and Hazleton, we offer home and hospital visits as well. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Richard Russo is the contributing attorney to this content.