Construction Equipment Accidents

Construction Tools Accident Lawyer
New York Construction Tools Accident Lawyer

Construction sites are inherently dangerous, but the tools used by construction workers should reduce a worker’s danger, not add to it.  All too often, however, the tools at a given site are poorly maintained or not the correct ones for the job at hand.  Even worse, may times the operator is not properly trained in how to use the tool, and is under pressure to complete the task because every labor hour costs more money.

When the tools of the trade cuse an accident, resulting in injury to the user, it is important to learn about your rights from an experienced legal adviser with knowledge of personal injury law.

Experienced, Dedicated and Determined Attorneys

At Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, Attorneys at Law, each of our principal lawyers has more than 25 years of Personal Injury legal experience. We build on this experience to advocate zealously for you if you have been injured while using construction equipment and tools. If necessary to fully comprehend the nature of your injury and future challenges to healing, we consult with safety experts, medical providers, designers and others who can help us understand.

Examples of Our Cases

We undertake personal injury cases involving tools such as:

  • Saws, including band saws
  • Drills
  • Nail guns
  • Blades
  • Finishing tools such as planers, joiners, band saws and lathes
  • Welding torches
  • Blow torches
  • Jack hammers
  • Sand blasters
  • Heat guns

We also represent clients in cases involving heavy equipment and work vehicles such as those used in road construction. Some of our cases involve wrongful death claims, in which we help family members file lawsuits after the death of a loved one in accidents caused by tools used on the job.

Cases involving accidents using tools can take several forms. Some may be product liability cases involving design or manufacturing defects such as missing or improper safety guards. Others may be against a subcontractor who failed to provide required safety equipment, such as eye guards.  Often, adequate training in the use of the tool is not provided to all users. In all instances our attorneys build strong cases that seek the maximum recovery.

Contact a New York Attorney Handling Construction Worker Injury Cases

We offer complimentary consultations and charge no legal fees unless we recover compensation for our injured clients. To learn more about our cases involving construction equipment and tools and to schedule an appointment, call us at 212-221-5999 or email us.