Were you injured by a crane and have questions? Check out this video about suing an employer for a crane accident, then call our attorneys in Augusta to start.

If I am a construction worker in Augusta, GA, can I sue my employer for my crane accident?

Over 35 years, we’ve handled crane injuries in Georgia. One of the questions clients have when they meet with us in that first consultation is can they sue their employer for damages they sustained in a crane accident. If you’re watching this video, you may have similar questions. The answer is no, you cannot sue your employer for pain and suffering for injuries you sustained in a crane accident. You’re able to get worker’s comp benefits from your employer for your lost wages and your medical bills, and for your permanent injuries, but you cannot get pain and suffering and unlimited damages from your employer. If there is another company not connected with your employer that is responsible for your injuries, you may be able to sue that company for your damages Such companies would include crane rental companies, manufacturers of the crane, or a subcontractor that caused or contributed to your accident.

Were you or a loved one injured at work in Georgia and have questions about suing an employer for a crane accident? Contact the experienced Georgia personal injury attorneys at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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