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Indianapolis Improper Maintenance Lawyers

Construction sites are notoriously dangerous and can pose a distinct risk to both construction workers and bystanders, alike. Although the majority of construction sites are perfectly safe, one of the main variables can be the maintenance of both equipment and structures on site. If the necessary maintenance is performed, it is likely that a site will not pose a severe risk of injury. However, if maintenance is neglected and is not properly performed, numerous things can go wrong and cause a myriad of injuries.

If you or a loved one has been injured by an improperly maintained construction site, contact the Indianapolis improper maintenance lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider today at (317) 634-8565. We can help you determine the extent of your injuries and who may be liable for any associated expenses.

Consequences of Improper Maintenance

Construction sites inherently use large, heavy tools, machines, equipment, and supplies. If equipment is improperly maintained, it may fail at its intended task, which may produce disastrous consequences, including:

  • Falling supplies that can cause head and neck injuries or bruises and cuts
  • Collapsing structures that may result in serious bodily harm as a result of workers falling or being crushed
  • Power tools with sharp edges or fast moving parts that may cause severe injuries if they break while being used, either due to flying pieces of the equipment itself or the object which is being worked upon

Contact Us

If your or a loved one have suffered injuries at a construction site due to the improper maintenance of a structure or equipment, contact the Indianapolis improper maintenance lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider today at (317) 634-8565. We will evaluate your case and work to hold those responsible for your injuries accountable for their actions and fight to help you earn any compensation that you may be owed under the law.