Were You Hurt In A Heavy Equipment Accident?
Construction sites and factories are dangerous places. Hundreds of accidents involving heavy equipment occur every year in Western Pennsylvania.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a construction or industrial accident, you have the right to claim compensation from the workers’ compensation system and possibly from additional sources.
Contact our firm for a free initial consultation. An attorney at our firm can review your case and discuss what we can do to help you obtain fair compensation.
Experienced Advocates for Working People
Conlon Tarker, P.C., has a great deal of experience in cases involving workers’ compensation claims, construction accidents, defective products, and other accident cases. We are strong advocates for working people and seek maximum compensation for our clients in every case we handle.
We will investigate your accident, identify the extent of your injuries, and comprehensively evaluate your losses. Then we will seek maximum compensation for you from the workers’ compensation system and if possible, from other sources as well.
Do You Have a Third-Party Claim?
If your heavy machinery accident was caused by the negligence of a third-party, such as a contractor or sub-contractor, you may have a third-party claim. This can enable you to get compensation for your pain and suffering in addition to workers’ compensation benefits.
Third-party claims can be complex. Identifying potentially liable parties is not always easy. In addition, it is important to handle both the workers’ compensation claim and the third-party claim properly.
Our lawyers understand the legal and practical issues that third-party claims present. We will pursue your heavy equipment accident case with skill and determination. Our goal will be to obtain maximum compensation for you.
At Conlon Tarker, P.C., we believe in performance, not promises. If you require experienced legal assistance in getting compensation for a heavy equipment accident, contact our firm today. We offer free initial consultations and do not collect a fee unless you are compensated for your injuries.