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Were You Injured In An Accident Involving A Truck And Heavy Equipment?
Construction accidents involving trucks and heavy equipment can often have serious consequences. Not only can these accidents lead to devastating injuries, but they can put you out of work. Missing out on work means missing out on the wages you need to afford medical treatment. This series of events can leave any individual feeling desperate and overwhelmed.
Fortunately, most employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to help injured employees recover from injuries. Unfortunately, not all employers and insurance companies provide the fairest compensation possible. At Marcotte Law Firm, our lawyers are committed to helping you obtain the money you need to cover lost wages, medical treatment, and pain and suffering.
We have been working with individuals in Lowell and surrounding communities for decades. Our attorneys have more than 150 years of combined experience navigating complex workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. In many situations, our clients who have been hurt at work not only have a workers’ compensation case, but they also have a personal injury case.
Accidents involving trucks and heavy equipment are complex. As an injured individual, you may be dealing with your employer’s insurance company, the driver or machine operator’s employer’s insurance and perhaps the truck or equipment manufacturer. It is impossible to navigate these issues without the help of a legal professional. Our lawyers are dedicated to taking these concerns off your mind as you focus on what is most important to you: getting well and hopefully getting back to work.
If your injuries are so serious that you cannot return to work, we will work tirelessly to help you obtain fair compensation via workers’ compensation and possible Social Security Disability benefits. If you lost a loved one in an accident involving a truck or heavy equipment, we are highly qualified to help you file a wrongful death claim.