When you are injured by a dangerous product, such as a defective crane, in a Pennsylvania construction accident, you are and ought to be entitled to financial compensation to cover the costs of your medical care, your lost wages, any future treatment you may need, and the pain and suffering you are forced to endure.
A Philadelphia injury lawyer may be able to help you get these benefits from the manufacturer and other parties responsible for the faulty products that led to the accident that caused your injury.
When Serious Construction Accidents are Caused by Defective Products
Injured workers are often barred from suing their employers or co-workers when they are injured on the job, but in many cases there is a third party that can be held liable for the damage done. These third parties are most often manufacturers of the heavy equipment who skimped on safety features to keep costs low.
When manufacturers have an opportunity to provide a necessary safety feature and choose not to do so, they knowingly jeopardize the safety of those who will use those products, betting that the cost of dealing with potential lawsuits will be less than the cost of equipping each crane with the appropriate devices or safety features that would prevent accidents.
This rationale flies in the face of safety regulations, and manufacturers who prefer profits over safety should be held responsible for the ramifications of their choices.
After a serious injury involving any faulty product, speak with a Philadelphia injury lawyer about your options for recouping compensation. Our office is equipped to handle construction accident cases like yours and our attorneys know what to do and what to look for to keep your interests and your future safe after a serious accident. You shouldn't be penalized for someone else's negligence, so speak with a lawyer today.
Help from a Philadelphia Injury Lawyer
If you have been severely injured in an accident involving a defective crane in Pennsylvania, you shouldn't have to suffer and pay for expensive medical bills that were caused by another person's negligence. Contact a Philadelphia injury lawyer at White & Williams LLP today. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation on your case - 877-944-8396.