Crane Accidents

Cranes are frequently used on major construction projects in order to lift heavy materials and to assist in the construction of large buildings. When cranes and other large machinery on construction sites are not operated or maintained properly, serious injuries can result. After a crane accident that leaves you injured, or harms a loved one, it is important to speak with an experienced attorney regarding your rights.

At the Cambridge law firm of Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our lawyers assist clients who were injured while working on cranes and other large machinery. We work closely with clients to learn how the injury affected them and their families and explore all sources of compensation that might be available. In addition to workers' compensation benefits, which may also be available after a crane accident on-the-job, we can also pursue third party benefits in many cases.

Middlesex County Heavy Equipment Accident Attorneys

When workers are not properly trained on how to use cranes properly, tragic accidents can result. Crane accidents can also be caused by insufficient maintenance or defective equipment. Our lawyers frequently work with experts to understand what happened to cause a crane accident and who should be held liable for the injuries and damages that come as a result.

By pursuing maximum compensation, our clients can pay for necessary medical treatment and other expenses, especially if their injuries have left them unable to work. When crane accidents result in tragic deaths for workers, we can also represent family members in wrongful death lawsuits.

If you have questions about what to do if you are in an accident, contact the Cambridge law firm of Clark, Hunt, Ahern & Embry. Call 617-494-1920. We undertake injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.