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Construction Injuries from Heavy Equipment

Work with Our New York City Construction Accident Attorneys

Industrial and construction workers who operate heavy equipment and machinery each day are open to the risks and dangers associated with their work. Safety standards of companies, and safety devices and guards on the equipment greatly minimize this risk. Accidents still occur, however, and the impact can be devastating.

At Sullivan & Brill, LLP, we advocate for individuals who have been injured due to failure of heavy equipment or malfunctions. Our firm has been highly successful in product liability, having won many verdicts and settlements in these types of cases. We know how to build a successful claim against a negligent manufacturer, helping our clients recover maximum damages for the injuries that have been caused.

Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate the details of the accident and exactly how it occurred, particularly if the equipment failed. This includes looking into the design, maintenance and manufacturing of the machine and how that may have affected the equipment, contributing to the accident or causing it to fail. We will also look at safety information and warnings on the equipment to determine if the signage was adequate to warn a user of possible dangers.

Compassionate Legal Counsel

We understand just how devastating these accidents can be and the magnitude of the injury or even loss of life they can cause. Our firm is committed to recovering the full amount of damages that you and your family deserve after an accident involving heavy machinery. We know the toll that has been taken on you and your family, and we want to help relieve your woes, not add to them. During your free consultation, we can discuss the case, your options, and your rights as we move forward to negotiations and trial. At Sullivan & Brill, LLP, our priority is your well-being.

Areas We Serve

Our firm serves clients throughout New York State, including New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Binghamton, Albany, Syracuse, and Long Island.

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