Albany Crane Accident Attorneys

Upstate New York Work-Related Injury Lawyers

Cranes are an important part of erecting many structures. Cranes must be operated properly and under the right conditions. When cranes connect with power lines, collapse or otherwise fail, the crane operator and others on the job site can suffer catastrophic injuries or death.

The Albany law firm of Law offices of Sanford Rosenblum represents people who have been injured due to the negligent conduct of another. I have substantial experience serving people who have suffered severe work-related injuries. My attorneys go beyond workers’ compensation to pursue personal injury damages.

The most common type of crane accident involves contact with power lines. There are many considerations in order to ensure that cranes are safely operated. It is important that power lines are de-energized, or that the crane is operated at a safe distance from power lines. There are other considerations as well. It is important that the proper crane is chosen for the job and that the crane is properly set up on the job site. Employers must make certain that the crane operator complies with all applicable state and federal regulations.

My law firm will look closely at the accident scene in order to determine whether these laws were followed and work diligently to build a persuasive case on your behalf. Your injuries may prevent you from working for a long time, if ever again. I will compile the evidence to show the full extent of your medical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering. Whether your case is eventually resolved in settlement negotiations or in trial, I will not rest until I have helped you achieve your goals.

Contact Law offices of Sanford Rosenblum · 518-464-0444

If you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in a crane accident, call or e-mail my Albany crane accident lawyers to schedule your free initial consultation. If I accept your case, you will not pay any fees or expenses unless I help you get compensated for your injuries.