Heavy Equipment Accident Lawyer in Fort Worth
Heavy equipment accidents are among the most common type of workplace accident at construction sites, factories, and gas and oil fields across Texas. When construction companies try to cut corners to save time or money, the possibility exists that heavy equipment is not properly maintained or inspected at a construction site. Employers and third parties have the responsibility of taking every safety precaution necessary to ensure the safety of their employees. When they don’t, the consequences can be catastrophic or even fatal, whether it’s from a crane accident or some other type of construction accident involving heavy equipment.
Employees who work around heavy equipment face an increased injury risk every time they go to work. If you were injured at work and suspect it was even partially due to the negligence of a person other than your employer or due to a defective piece of machinery, you may have grounds to file a third-party lawsuit in Texas. Contact Fort Worth heavy equipment accident attorney Coby L. Wooten, P.C. in Fort Worth today to discuss your legal rights.
Types of heavy equipment accidents
Workers across a variety of industries are exposed to heavy equipment and machinery each day. When this equipment isn’t properly maintained and inspected, or when an untrained employee is permitted to use the equipment, the following types of accidents can occur:
- Falls and impact accidents
- Improperly marked hazards, such as holes or ditches
- Defective machine accidents
- Inadequate safety or protective gear injuries
- Crane, bulldozer or backhoe accidents
- Welder arc flash blindness or skin burns
- Faulty power tool accidents
- Amputations or loss of limb injuries
- ‘Caught-in’ or ’stuck-between’ accidents
- Restaurant grinder, stove or slip and fall injuries
- Work-related car accidents
- Electrocution on the job
- Fatal workplace accidents
Let us fight for your rights. Contact us today
You might think that you don’t need a lawyer. You might think that your case is a straightforward legal matter. Don’t be so sure. Even the simplest cases can quickly spiral out of control and leave victims feeling powerless. Contact Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C., today. Call (866) 408-0940 to schedule an appointment with a Fort Worth heavy equipment accident attorney. Your initial consultation is free, and, as contingency fee attorneys, we don’t get paid a dime until we win your case.