Crane Collapse Injury Lawyers in Federal Way

Seek the Justice You Deserve with Park Chenaur & Associates

Whether you are a construction or maritime worker who has been injured on the job or a bystander that has been hurt due to a crane collapse, it is critical that you explore your legal options. Like other features of construction sites, cranes are subject to numerous regulations and safety standards. When these standards are not met, people can be hurt… and liability can be proven.

At Park Chenaur & Associates, our legal team is well-versed in the causes of these incredibly dangerous accidents and what needs to be done to determine fault and recover relief for those affected. If you or a loved one have been hurt in a serious crane accident, our dedicated team of Federal Way crane collapse lawyers is ready to hear from you.

Determining Fault in Your Construction Accident

Crane accidents and collapses are serious accidents and—even when no one is hurt—it is critical that the authorities determine what happened to avoid future injuries. When someone is hurt, however, determining fault it essential for the victims to seek appropriate relief from the responsible parties.

Crane failure is often attributed to:

  • Equipment malfunction (Sheaves, wires, slew bearings, etc.)
  • Human error
  • Lack of maintenance
  • Improper inspection

Depending on the cause of the accident, it likely either the owner of the crane, the employer using the crane, or the crane’s manufacturer can be held accountable for any resulting injury. If you or a loved one have been hurt in one of these accidents, our legal team has the insight and resources to analyze these accidents and ensure that your claim aggressively seeks maximum compensation for your injury.

Determining Fault in Your Accident

Crane accidents and collapses are serious accidents and—even when no one is hurt—it is critical that the authorities determine what happened to avoid future injuries. When someone is hurt, however, determining fault it essential for the victims to seek appropriate relief from the responsible parties.

Crane failure is often attributed to:

  • Equipment malfunction (Sheaves, wires, slew bearings, etc.)
  • Human error
  • Lack of maintenance
  • Improper inspection

Depending on the cause of the accident, it likely either the owner of the crane, the employer using the crane, or the crane’s manufacturer can be held accountable for any resulting injury. If you or a loved one have been hurt in one of these accidents, our legal team has the insight and resources to analyze these accidents and ensure that your claim aggressively seeks maximum compensation for your injury.