Injured In An NYC Construction Accident? Call Our Experienced Injury Lawyers — We Can Help.
When a crane collapses in New York, it can cause property damage, along with significant injuries to the operators and people on the ground. Often, a crane accident is deadly. Not only can crane operators be injured, but other construction site workers and pedestrians can suffer injuries because of a crane collapse, depending on the location.
Each year, crane accidents are responsible for numerous substantial injuries and untimely deaths throughout the United States. Although crane accidents in New York are few and far between, the aftermath can be devastating.
These accidents may result from careless use by crane operators or inadequate supervision on a construction site. The crane design or a defect by the manufacturer can also be a factor in an accident.
The injury attorneys at Kelner & Kelner have extensive experience in New York City construction site accidents. Not all personal injury law firms are the same. Get the advice and representation you and your family deserve. We have a proven track record of exceptional results built up over 75 years.
Although They Are Uncommon, There Are Many Causes Of Crane Accidents In New York City:
- Overweight loads
- Dropped loads
- Crushes by counterweights
- Poor communication between crane operators and signalmen
- Boom collapse
- Inappropriate and outrigger use
- Rigging failures
- Boom or crane contact with power lines
- Inadequate operator training
- Unsafe crane installation
Why Kelner & Kelner Is The Right Law Firm For You And Your Family
For over 75 years, our law firm has been tirelessly advocating for injury victims and has recovered over $1 billion for our clients. Our attorneys have helped shaped New York’s injury laws and are known for some of the largest recoveries in New York state.
Get Help And Expert Advice From Our Highly Respected Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been injured in a crane accident, we can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today by calling (212) 425-0700 or sending an email to get a free, confidential consultation.