Heavy Equipment Accidents

Worcester Crane and Forklift Injury Lawyer

Heavy equipment is an important part of any construction site. Bulldozers, cranes, forklifts, dump trucks, conveyors, materials hoists, personnel hoists, tractor trailers and other pieces of large and potentially lethal equipment are necessary at construction sites. In order to ensure safety, operators of the equipment must be adequately trained and licensed. In addition, the equipment must be properly maintained. When this equipment is not maintained properly or if it is used improperly, it can cause catastrophic injury and even wrongful death to people working on the job site.

The Flynn Law Firm, PC, handles all types of heavy equipment accidents at job sites, including:

  • Trucks and tractor-trailers
  • Dozers
  • Backhoes
  • Forklifts
  • Cranes
  • Lifts
  • Hoists

If you or a loved one has been severely injured in a worksite accident, you need an experienced lawyer at your side. Attorney Robert H. Flynn of the Flynn Law Firm has more than 35 years of legal experience protecting the rights of people throughout the Metro West area in Massachusetts.

Flynn Law Firm’s Heavy Equipment Injury Practice

Flynn Law Firm is able to protect your rights in heavy equipment injury claims. The firm can help you pursue claims for damages involving all types of heavy equipment or machine injuries, from dump truck accidents, crane accidents and forklift accidents to bulldozer, backhoe and power lift mishaps. The firm will help you recover full and fair compensation for all your losses such as wages and income, medical expenses (including rehabilitation and physical therapy), and pain and suffering.

The firm will serve as your advocate during the gathering of evidence, at trial and in negotiation proceedings. Your best interest is our best interest.

Contact Flynn Law Firm, PC

To schedule an appointment with an experienced Framingham heavy equipment accident lawyer, contact the Flynn Law Firm by e-mail or call 781-269-1005. Your first meeting is free and without obligation.