Heavy Equipment Accident Lawyers

Houston Work Injury Lawyer Helps the Injured Get Justice

At many places of employment throughout Texas, people work on and alongside heavy mobile equipment including forklifts, cranes, tractors and bulldozers.  At The Callahan Law Firm, our work injury lawyers know from decades of experience that many serious workplace injuries and fatalities happen because of the unsafe operation of these kinds of machinery. In other instances, we have found that the equipment itself was defective due to a manufacturing defect or failure to properly maintain the heavy equipment.

If you have been involved in a work place accident involving heavy industrial equipment, the personal injury attorneys at The Callahan Law Firm have the experience, skill and resources to successfully handle your case.  Led by former mechanical engineer and Texas board certified personal injury trial attorney Michael Callahan, we have a proven track record of successfully representing individuals and families in accident cases involving heavy industrial equipment.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a work place accident, the attorneys at The Callahan Law Firm are here to help.  In Texas and throughout the United States, we encourage those harmed by the careless operation of heavy industrial machinery or defective equipment to contact us for a free case evaluation.

It’s Dangerous Work

Operating heavy mobile equipment is skilled work that requires training, competence and attention to safety at all times.  Unfortunately, the person operating the equipment sometimes lacks the necessary training and experience.  Other times, the person is careless or reckless in the way he operates the machinery.  As a result, others are put at risk of harm.

Contractors and others at Work Site

Often there are different contractors and their employees working on an industrial site at the same time.

If you sustained an injury and the responsible party is your own employer, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.  If however, you or a loved one are injured and the responsible party is a contractor on the work site or one of its employees, you may be able to obtain compensation for your injuries and damages in what is known as a “third-party” case.