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Passionately Pursuing Justice for the Injured

Crane Accidents

Injured in a crane accident in Houston?

Cranes are among the most impressive pieces of equipment found on the construction site. They can be seen from miles away and are a symbol of progress and development in growing cities such as Houston.

They enable crews to move massive objects weighing tens of thousands of pounds around on the worksite and to build structures up to great heights. As valuable as these marvels of engineering may be to construction crews, they also pose a very real threat to life and limb for people who work in the vicinity.

Causes and Consequences of a Crane Accident

A crane accident can easily cause catastrophic injury or death to one or many workers. This type of accident commonly has devastating consequences that make headline news. The lives of the workers and their families can be changed forever in an instant. In most cases, the tragic accident is entirely avoidable.

A careful investigation of the situation may reveal that the crew made errors in the assembly or disassembly of the structure or were negligent in the rigging or operation of the crane.

The accident may have been caused by the operator's mistake in dropping the load or maneuvering the crane in an unsafe manner. Perhaps the employer failed to conduct proper training or to enforce workplace safety regulations. Defective or faulty equipment could also be the culprit.

Let Our Houston Construction Accident Lawyer Fight for You

However your crane accident occurred, we encourage you to come to us at The Daspit Law Firm for help. Our Houston personal injury attorney is ready to meet with you for an initial consultation to determine whether you may be eligible to claim workers' compensation or to sue for personal injury or wrongful death. If you do, we can take immediate action on a plan for recovering the full financial compensation that you deserve.

Contact us now for your free case evaluation to get started.

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  • What a great experience at Daspit Law Firm!

    “They not only got all of my medical visits taken care of, but I also received extra for my time lost from my job!”

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  • They handled it with first class professionalism and got a fair settlement.

    “They appreciated the referrals and were very quick in resolving the cases.”

    Andy A.

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    “They made it so easy for me and my wife to get back our lives after my accident.”

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