Heavy Equipment Injuries

Helping You Get The Compensation And Medical Coverage You Need After An Accident

Heavy machinery helps workers achieve tasks they would not be able to do otherwise. However, when that machinery causes injury or death on a work site, a workers’ compensation claim should be made.

Employers and workers’ compensation insurance companies push back against these claims, denying, delaying and cutting off coverage. At Cherry Injury Law, our lawyers have decades of experience fighting these tactics and getting clients the benefits they are entitled to.

Heavy machinery injuries can result from:

  • Crane failure
  • Machinery failure
  • Forklift accidents
  • Inadequate safety equipment
  • Bulldozer accidents
  • Articulating boom failure
  • Compaction machinery

These injuries can be serious, even life changing. Injuries can include damage to the spine, arms, legs and head, as well as heart attacks, amputations, and even death. They can also be caused by repetitive strain from doing the same job over and over again. Any injury that prevents you from doing your current job at your current rate of pay warrants a conversation with a workers’ compensation attorney.

Injured While Operating Equipment in Philadelphia? Call Now.

Our firm fights for full compensation for medical bills and lost wages for injured workers. If you have been injured on the job while using heavy machinery and your employer’s insurance company is denying your claim, you owe it to yourself to call us. We work diligently to get you the medical treatment and temporary disability benefits or permanent disability benefits you deserve. We work with your doctor and other medical experts to show how the injury has affected your life and may continue to affect you in the future.

Did Negligence Cause Your Accident?

If your injury was caused by the negligence of a third party, such as a contractor or equipment manufacturer, or because your employer failed to follow standards set forth by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), you may be eligible for compensation above what you are currently receiving. We maximize compensation for injured workers from all sources.

Contact Our Firm

To schedule your free initial consultation with our heavy equipment injury lawyers in Philadelphia and Media, Pennsylvania, call 484-443-5466 or contact us online.