What claims can be made in PA or NJ crane accident lawsuits?


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A: In any heavy equipment accident lawsuit, there are many claims which can be made and depend on the circumstances of the case. For instance, one crane accident may revolve around a faulty component piece. Another crane accident case may involve the failure to have a safety manager on the site. Each case varies.

Some of the common claims made in crane accidents include:

  • failing to have safe operating procedures,
  • failing to enforce safety rules, or
  • insufficient or inadequate training.

Again, each case is unique and the kinds of claims made depend on the facts of the case. It is very important to discuss a potential crane accident case with an experienced workplace and construction accident lawyer in Pennsylvania or New Jersey.

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Published: July 18, 2012