What is Pennsylvania law for forklift accidents at work? In most cases, an employer can't be held liable, other than for a workers' comp claim. Other parties can be held liable. Delayed investigation can ruin a valid lawsuit.
Forklift work safety violations are very common, and as a result, hundreds of workers are injured in forklift accidents each year. Workers injured in forklift accidents at work can file injury lawsuits to get compensated for medical bills, lost wages and pain, suffering.
Workers injured in forklift accidents often want to know whether they can get compensated for their injuries, beyond workers' compensation benefits. The answer depends on the circumstances. Some injured workers can recover medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. Learn more here.
Read this case study about a New Jersey work accident lawsuit for a forklift accident at a dock/terminal. The case ended in a multi-million recovery for the injured worker.
There have been at least 4 work accident deaths in New Jersey over the last 2 months. In this work accident article, we take a look at these tragic accidents.
Last week, a Pennsylvania worker was killed in a forklift accident. Learn about one of the most dangerous work accidents in the U.S. Forklift crush accidents are one of the most common types of forklift accidents.
Forklift accidents are one of the top causes of work injuries in PA and NJ. In 2016, there have been several forklift accidents. Get the latest here.
Forklift accidents are very common in the state of New Jersey. Because the injuries are often severe or fatal, it is crucial to evaluate these cases to identify liable parties. Forklift operating companies, manufacturers, etc., may be liable for an injured worker's injuries and losses.
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