Construction equipment misuse or failure can lead to significant, life-changing injuries. If you or a loved one was injured on a construction site due to equipment misuse or failure, you may have a personal injury or product liability claim. We represent the injured in lawsuits in both federal and state courts across Alabama. We've got a track record of success for our clients. Call us today. Your injury may entitle you to monetary damages.

Construction sites are dangerous places by nature. But sometimes injuries occur when equipment is misused, when safety guards are removed or safety measures are disregarded, or when a piece of equipment fails or malfunctions. If you have been injured by construction equipment misuse or failure, you may have a product liability and/or personal injury claim to assert.

After suffering a serious injury as a result of using a defective or dangerous piece of equipment while on the job, seek the counsel of an Alabama construction equipment accident attorney at Doyle Law. As one of the state’s preeminent personal injury law firms, we are well aware of the serious injuries and fatalities that can result from using a defective or dangerous piece of construction equipment.

Injured on a construction site by defective equipment or due to inadequate safety? Call Doyle Law today at (205) 533-9500. We're experienced Alabama personal injury and product liability attorneys.

Although any piece of equipment has the potential to cause injury, if equipment is defective, has a design flaw, is maintained poorly or is not used properly, the chances of a construction equipment accident occurring are much higher. We have handled numerous construction accident claims involving the use of almost every type of equipment, including:

  • Backhoe/loader
  • Bulldozer
  • Crane
  • Earthmovers
  • Nail gun
  • Chainsaw
  • Forklift
  • Dump truck
  • Boom truck
  • Excavator
  • Scaffolding
  • Welding equipment
  • Explosives
  • Compressor
  • Punch press

Get monetary compensation for your construction equipment injury

Serious injuries can not only have severe physical and emotional consequences, but can also have severe financial consequences. A catastrophic spinal cord injury, burn injury, internal organ injury, amputation (severed limb) injury or head injury can cost millions of dollars to treat. Seriously injured victims often have many unique needs, such as specially trained caregivers, costly medical devices, and expensive medicine. Even a serious broken bone injury, muscle strain, eye injury or joint injury can have severe long-term physical, mental and financial effects on a victim.

At Doyle Law, we understand the challenges seriously injured victims face and will work tirelessly to make sure victims are fairly compensated. Through exhaustive case workup and a unique team approach to handling a case, we have been able to obtain substantial settlements and verdicts for our clients. We've recovered over $63 million dollars for our product liability and personal injury clients to date.

Alabama Construction Equipment Injury Lawsuits and Legal Representation

The defective construction equipment lawyers at Doyle Law have a proven track record of success in helping our clients obtain compensation for injuries resulting from defective products like equipment failure or due to equipment misuse leading to personal injury.

Our experienced team of legal professionals and Alabama Construction Equipment Injury Attorneys have been helping victims of defective products for years. We are dedicated to achieving real justice for our clients and we can assure them that we will work diligently to achieve the best result possible.

Contact Alabama Construction Equipment Injury Lawyers at the Doyle Law Firm - Birmingham, Alabama

Contact Alabama Construction Equipment Injury Attorneys To Obtain Justice

If you or someone you know was injured or affected by a construction equipment accident, justice can be sought. The first step to obtaining justice is to contact an Alabama construction accident lawyer at Doyle Law. We can help you make sense of the laws that apply to a construction accident claim and help you determine an appropriate plan of action. Please contact us today by phone or email to schedule a free case review. We offer evening and weekend appointments.

Filing a defective construction equipment lawsuit can help victims and their families affected by the defective product recover the financial compensation necessary to pay for expensive treatment and long term care. The different types of damages recoverable in a personal injury claim, include medical care costs, lost earnings from missed time at work, diminished quality of life, disability, and pain and suffering. Do not wait another day and risk losing your claim.

Alabama Construction Accident Statute of Limitations

Alabama has a two year statute of limitations on filing certain product liability and personal injury claims. It takes time to acquire medical records, employment records, do equipment inspections, and draft pleadings, so please do not delay in contacting us if you have any concern that your injury may have been caused by defective construction equipment.