North Dakota Heavy Machinery Accident
Have you been injured or lost a loved one in a North Dakota heavy machinery oil field accident in North Dakota, call James Shaw with Carabin Shaw Law Firm today at 1-800-862-1260.
If you’ve been hurt or lost a loved one in an oil field accident because of heavy machinery or equipment, the most viable thing you can achieve is to meet with a qualified North Dakota heavy Machinery Accident Attorney. Attorney Shaw will compassionately assists you in getting the compensation you deserve.
A worker is often strapped with loss of current and future wages, debilitating emotional impact on those involved, as well as medical expenses if a worker is lucky enough to survive such an accident.Heavy Machinery Malfunction Liability
Attorney James Shaw understands that negligence or carelessness by an employer is not always the reason for an accident. It could also be the manufacturer because of a flawed design, or a combination of an employer and manufacturer. Either way, Attorney Shaw will determine who is responsible, and who is liable to you to receive the compensation you deserve.
He is committed to his clients receiving a just and fair compensation for injuries or the loss of a loved one in an accident and he has experts available to thoroughly investigate each accident scene.
When oil field heavy machinery equipment malfunctions and because of improper maintenance, the outcome could be devastating and even deadly to oil field workers.Heavy Machinery Safety
It is important for all employees to receive proper training machinery due to the sheer size of oil field heavy machinery to ensure that they are not run over or crushed by heavy. Proper hand signal training is also critical because loud noises in the work site make verbal communication nearly impossible.
Some of the disastrous injuries resulting from oil field worker accidents involving heavy equipment or machinery include:
- Fractured bones
- Crushed internal organs
- Permanent and total paralysis due to spinal cord injuries
- Serious and sometimes permanent brain damage