Who can be held liable in a logging accident lawsuit in Pennsylvania?


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A: Under Pennsylvania laws, non-employers such as contractors and subcontractors may be able to be sued in a logging accident case. Depending on the circumstances, multiple parties may be held liable for a logging accident, even though the worker’s employer would generally not be able to be sued.

On large logging sites, multiple contractors are often present, especially where heavy equipment is used. Contractors often provide employees for specific tasks with specific equipment and tools. When a worker is injured, he or she may have multiple claims, including product liability claims.

The number one factor which determines success of a logging accident lawsuit is prompt, proper and thorough investigation by a knowledgeable logging accident lawyer.

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Published: July 18, 2012