Bustling with activity and development, construction sites can, regrettably, turn into dangerous accident scenes, with boom truck mishaps posing serious risks. The Licatesi Law Group is steadfast in its dedication to providing victims with thorough counsel because we recognize the tremendous effects that these incidents can have on people and their families.

A boom truck, sometimes referred to as a cherry picker or bucket truck, has an arm or boom that can be extended and has a bucket attached to the end. These trucks are frequently used to raise workers to higher places for maintenance, construction, and utility work. Boom trucks are effective and versatile, but they also come with risks, particularly if appropriate safety precautions are disregarded. Unfortunately, accidents in the construction industry, especially those using boom trucks, are not unusual. The risk of accidents is increased by the intricacy of these heavy machinery operations and the difficult nature of construction work. Furthermore, these mishaps can have dire repercussions, including catastrophic injuries and, in certain situations, fatalities. A frightening feature of construction mishaps is the potential endangerment of bystanders. If a boom truck experiences a malfunction, there is a risk of debris and heavy objects falling in an unpredictable manner, posing a threat to those in the vicinity. The possibility of injury to bystanders in construction accidents is a concerning feature. When a boom truck breaks down, big objects and debris might fall suddenly, putting anyone around in danger. This highlights the vital necessity of strict safety regulations to safeguard the public at large as well as construction site employees.

Construction accidents are extremely dangerous and can cause a variety of serious injuries, especially when they involve boom trucks. The force of a boom truck collision can fracture bones all across the body, including the spine and extremities. The severity of bruising and contusions resulting from sudden accidents is dependent upon the power of impact. In addition, various parts of the body may sustain fractures due to the extreme force involved in these accidents. Head injuries are a serious concern since they can impair cognitive function for a long time, ranging from concussions to traumatic brain damage. Boom truck accidents can also cause spinal cord and back injuries, which could have long-term effects like paralysis. The danger of these incidents is heightened by the complexity and characteristics of construction work; therefore, strict safety measures are essential to safeguard both workers and the general public. The Licatesi Law Group is committed to provide thorough representation to construction accident victims, understanding the need for quick action and pursuing the highest possible recompense for their injuries.

Our dedication to securing justice for construction accident victims is unmatched at The Licatesi Law Group. We are aware of the toll that these occurrences may have on people and their families— financially, emotionally, and physically. Our legal team navigates the difficulties of construction accident claims with effectiveness because they have a wealth of understanding in personal injury law. We acknowledge that individuals hurt in construction accidents should receive the highest possible compensation for their losses. We are well-versed in negotiating with construction companies and their insurers to make sure our clients obtain the compensation they are legally entitled to, despite the difficulties involved in doing so. The Licatesi Law Group is a steadfast defender of construction accident victims. We are aware of how critical it is to act quickly in the wake of these occurrences, conducting in-depth investigations, working with medical experts, and tenaciously defending the rights of our clients. The Licatesi Law Group is here to offer unflinching support, legal experience, and a dedicated commitment to justice if you or a loved one has been impacted by such an incident. Contact us today at (516) 227-2662 for your free consultation.