Crane accidents frequently occur in the construction industry, killing approximately 80 people every year in the U.S. When they are not deadly, crane accidents frequently cause serious injuries.
The choice to work in the construction industry, and to work with cranes, is not a negligent choice. The stark reality is that crane accidents and other construction accidents are often the results of mistakes that should never happen â the product of someone else’s serious, and sometimes fatal, negligence.
Whether you have lost a loved one or suffered a traumatic injury from a crane accident, you owe it to yourself to seek the help of an experienced attorney. For more than 70 years, the law firm of Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo has been devoted to helping individuals in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania find answers and fair compensation after serious accidents such as crane accidents.
Common Causes Of Crane Accident Injuries
Our law firm is committed to providing quality, personalized legal help to clients injured by crane accidents involving:
- Electrocution/contact with power lines
- Dropped loads
- Rigging failures
- Crushing accidents involving counterweights or overturned cranes
- Crane collapses
- Falls from cranes
- Crane defects
- Accidents involving crane booms, including boom collapse
While the above list includes common crane accidents, there are many other ways to be injured while working on or around a crane. Our law firm has the investigative resources to determine what caused your crane accident and who is at fault, whether that means bringing a workers’ comp claim for your employer’s negligence or holding a third party accountable through a personal injury claim.
Three Generations Devoted To Helping Injured Workers
Our law firm was founded in 1936 by the Honorable Isadore Krasno, a former workers’ compensation referee, and judge. His goal was to use his knowledge to protect the rights of injured workers, the knowledge that he passed down to his son and grandson. Today, Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo has more than a dozen lawyers who are focused on the same goal.
Part of that dedication is ensuring that clients can afford our representation by handling all cases on a contingency basis. We will only get paid if we succeed in your case.
Contact Us Today
We want to hear about your work-related injury case and provide you with the information you need to collect all benefits you are entitled to. Contact us today at (215) 223-6718 to talk to an experienced attorney. All workers’ compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means you don’t pay us until we recover compensation for your case.
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