Construction Vehicle Accidents: What you Should Do
Crane, Machinery And Truck Accident Cases
Throughout the country, construction is a way of life. People get used to the sight and sounds of cranes, dump trucks and other construction machinery. However, it can be easy to forget that construction is inherently dangerous. If you or someone you love has been injured in a construction vehicle accident, talk with a personal injury lawyer to learn about your rights.
At the New Haven, Connecticut, law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, we represent construction workers and passersby who have been hurt in construction accidents. As your attorneys, we will work hard to help identify the negligent parties and hold them accountable for your injury. For a free initial consultation, call 203-896-4631 or 203-896-4631.
Safely operating a construction vehicle on Connecticut’s streets and highways can be difficult. Whether someone is driving a dump truck, concrete pump truck, forklift, backhoe, earthmover or other equipment, visibility is often limited and speed may be challenging to maintain. Not surprisingly, accidents frequently occur.
When you hire our firm, we will launch a careful investigation into your accident, questioning:
- Whether the construction vehicle operator was properly trained
- If state and federal regulations were being followed
- Whether the construction vehicle was properly maintained
Regardless of whether you were working when you were hurt or you were simply passing by a construction site when you were injured, we can help. Our attorneys are experienced in handling these particular cases, frequently working with accident reconstructionists to gain additional evidence to support your claim.
Contact A Knowledgeable Lawyer Today
We are located in North Haven, close to the intersection of Interstates 91 and 95. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. If your injury makes travel difficult, we will be happy to come to you.
Our firm handles construction vehicle accident cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we don’t get paid until you do.