Crane Accident Lawyer in Fort Worth
Get compensated for construction accidents and other workplace injuries
Cranes and forklifts are powerful, heavy pieces of equipment. When these large machines are involved in on-the-job accidents, the consequences can often be serious. Crane and forklift accidents happen fast and without warning in Fort Worth and Dallas. Broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, and spinal cord trauma are just a few of the common construction accident injuries caused by serious crane accidents in Texas.
Fort Worth crane accident attorney Coby L. Wooten understands that cranes and forklifts are pieces of heavy machinery that only highly skilled, trained operators should handle. Untrained or unskilled crane operators can cause serious accidents, from dropping cargo to knocking over scaffolding, leading to a scaffolding collapse. When an untrained operator makes an error - due to the size of cranes, forklifts, and other machines - the possibility exists that multiple construction workers can suffer serious injuries. Heavy equipment injuries can be devastating.
You have rights. Contact a Fort Worth crane accident attorney today
If a crane or forklift accident was caused by the negligent actions of another - an employer who willfully allowed an untrained driver to operate a piece of machinery, for example - you might be entitled to compensation for your injuries. You shouldn't have to suffer because of somebody else's mistakes. With over two decades standing up for the rights of injury victims, attorney Coby L. Wooten can take on construction companies and their insurance companies so you can focus on what matters most: your recovery.
You might think you don't need a lawyer. You might think your case is a simple, straightforward legal matter. Don't be so sure. Serious accidents demand the attention of an experienced crane accident attorney in Fort Worth who gives honest answers to difficult questions. Contact Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C., today. Call (866) 408-0940 to schedule an appointment at our Fort Worth office. Your initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless we win your case. That's because we work on a contingency fee basis.