Forklift Accident Lawyer
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Forklifts are a commonly used piece of machinery in construction and industrial workplaces. Because forklifts are large, cumbersome pieces of equipment that work with objects being lifted from heights and require specialized training, they are often involved in accidents that cause injury or even death to workers and others nearby.
At Todd Miner Law, our Orlando construction accident attorneys are committed to helping workers and others who have been hurt in accidents involving forklifts, as well as families who have lost loved ones in fatal incidents. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a forklift accident, you can be confident about working with a compassionate team of lawyers that strives to recover the maximum compensation possible for clients.
Why Todd Miner Law?
- Millions of Dollars in Compensation Recovered
- Experience in Insurance Defense
- Decades of Combined Legal Experience
- No Fee Unless We Win
Contact Todd Miner Law today to learn more about your rights. Our firm provide free and confidential case evaluations to victims and families throughout Orlando and the state of Florida.
Pursuing the Compensation You Deserve
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), forklift misuse and accidents cause close to 100,000 injuries every year and nearly 100 deaths. Nearly 35,000 of these injuries are considered catastrophic injuries. Accidents are part and parcel of working with heavy machinery, but when injuries or deaths are caused by negligence, victims and families have every right to pursue compensation for their damages, including:
- The costs of medical care and future medical needs
- Permanent disability or disfigurement
- Lost work wages and lost future earnings
- A victim’s pain and suffering or mental anguish
- Emotional injuries and loss sustained by families
Forklifts and worksites are heavily regulated to ensure the risks of preventable harm are kept at a minimum. For example, it is a violation of federal law for uncertified individuals and anyone under the age of 18 to operate a forklift. Unfortunately, unsafe work environments, negligent operators, improper training or licensing, and safety violations still contribute to many accidents involving forklifts.
Place Your Trust in a Proven Personal Injury Law Firm
Led by Attorney Todd Miner, our legal team has been able to translate decades of collective experience and a background in insurance defense into a record of success helping clients navigate the complexities of the personal injury claim process, getting the medical treatment they need, and pursuing the compensation they are rightly owed.
If you have questions about a recent accident and wish to speak with an attorney, call for a free and confidential consultation.