Radio Equipment Injury Lawsuits

Working with industrial equipment comes with significant hazards to a worker’s personal health and safety and can cause debilitating or fatal injuries. Negligent manufacturers, employers, or careless co-workers can be liable for your damages.

Employees injured or killed as a result of an employer’s negligence may be able to file a personal injury or wrongful death claim.

Nearly 80% of heavy equipment fatalities occur among construction crews working on roads, bridges, highways and workers in gas, oil, mining, agriculture, and manufacturing operations.

Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites in the U. S. on any given day.

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We are currently evaluating Radio Equipment accident injury claims throughout the U. S. Many Radio Equipment injuries occur due to negligence on the part of one of others involved. When an Industrial injury or accident is caused by another party’s negligence you are entitled to compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering as well as other damages.

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If you or a loved one has been involved in an Industrial accident caused by defective industrial Equipment where you feel you may be entitled to compensation complete the contact form on the right side of page for a free case evaluation.

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Common Types of Industrial Equipment Injuries

Industrial equipment accidents can cause catastrophic, disabling, and fatal personal injuries. A worker could suffer several types of injury in an industrial accident, here are some common injuries:

Amputations Fractured Vertebrae
Arm Injuries Hand Injury
Asbestos Lung Cancer Head Injuries
Asbestosis Hearing Loss
Asphyxiated Herniated Disc
Back Injuries Internal Injuries
Black Lung Disease Leg Injuries
Bone Crush Loss of Fingers
Brain Injuries Loss of Toes
Broken Bones Lumbar Herniations
Broken Foot Mesothelioma
Broken Wrist Muscle Fatigue
Bruises Occupational Cancer
Burns Paralysis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Permanent Blindness
Catastrophic Injuries Repetitive Strain Injury
Cervical Herniations Respiratory Illness
Chemical Burns Ruptured Discs
Crushed Bones Ruptured Spleen
Crushed Limbs Scarring
Cuts Sensory Losses
Disfigurement Severe Lacerations
Drowning Severed Limbs
Ear Injuries Silicosis
Electrical Burns Spinal Cord Injuries
Eye Injuries Spinal Fracture
Flavorings-Related Lung Disease Sprained Joints
Foot Injury Thermal Burns
Fractured Ankle Traumatic Amputations
Fractured Heel Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
Fractured Pelvis Wrist Fractures
Fractured Tibia Wrongful Death

OSHA Protections and Industrial Workers

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is the federal agency that helps protect the health and safety of U. S. Workers

OSHA enforces provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. This federal law guarantees that a workplace environment is free of health hazards, exposure to toxic chemicals, excessive noise, mechanical dangers, and other workplace risks.

There are about 8 million workplaces in the United States and about 3.8 million Americans suffer from work-related injuries and diseases each year. – OSHA 

Federal Law Protects Workers Rights

Employees can file confidential complaints with OSHA and request inspection of workplace and equipment.
Employees can receive copies of tests and monitoring of hazards in their workplace.
Employees can report any illness, injuries, or accidents.
Employees can speak up about safety problems without fear of retaliation.
Employees must be protected from toxic chemical exposure
Employees must receive health and safety training.
Employers must provide safe machines and equipment.
Safety gear and equipment must be provided by your employer.
Work logs and records of workplace injuries and illnesses can be inspected.

Time is of the essence when it comes to filing your Radio Equipment Injury lawsuit!

Our experienced Radio Equipment Injury Lawyers work on a contingency basis and don t get paid unless you do!

Each State has a strict statute of limitations for you to file your Radio Equipment Accident lawsuit.  Fill out our FREE CASE EVALUATION form or call toll free us now. 

Choosing an experienced Industrial Injury lawyer will be very important to your lawsuit and the amount of compensation of your settlement!

Industrial Equipment Accident Causes

Industrial Equipment and Heavy Machinery accidents can cause serious, life-altering injuries such as amputation, paralysis, serious burn injuries, spinal cord injuries or traumatic brain injuries (TBI). In some cases, accidents can also be fatal. Here are the most common causes of industrial accident injuries.

Absence of Safety Procedures
Acid Rain
Air Pollution
Careless Employers
Caught in Equipment
Caught-In/Between Machinery
Ceiling Collapse
Chemical Spills
Crushed in Collapsing Structure
Dangerous Equipment
Dangerous Power Tools
Defective Agricultural Equipment
Defective Baking Equipment
Defective Conveyor Belts
Defective Elevator
Defective Equipment
Defective Food Product Equipment
Defective Industrial Ovens
Defective Ladders
Defective Lift Mechanisms
Defective Motor Vehicles
Defective Packaging Equipment
Defective Power Tools
Defective Punch Press
Defective Roof Decking
Defective Saws
Defective Scaffolding
Defective Trucks
Defects in The Heavy Machinery Itself
Design Defects
Design Flaws in Equipment
Electric Shock
Equipment Defects
Equipment Failure
Equipment Operator Error
Exposed Wiring
Failed Safety Harnesses/Restraints
Failure to Comply with Required Safety Regulations
Failure to Follow Safety Procedures
Failure to Properly and Regularly Inspect Machinery
Failure to Properly Load Machinery Cargo
Failure to Properly Secure Machinery Cargo
Failure to Properly Train Operators of The Industrial Equipment
Failure to Provide Detailed Instructions About Machine Risks
Failure to Provide Detailed Warnings About Risks Machinery
Failure to Replace Broken Machine
Failure to Replace Worn Machine
Failure to Supervise
Failure to Train machine Operator
Failure to Use Protective Equipment
Failure to Warn of Dangers in Use of Equipment
Falling Brick
Falling Objects
Falling Off a Roof
Falls from Heights
Falls into a Ditch
Faulty Electrical Wiring
Faulty Equipment
Faulty Machine Design
Faulty Shut-Off Switches
Flying Rock from Construction Site Blast
Forklift Rollover
Heat Stress
Human Error
Improper Machine Maintenance
Improper Safety Warnings on Machinery
Improperly Guarded Machines
Inaccessible Shut-Off Switches
Inadequate Safety Policies
Industrial Explosions
Industrial Fires
Industrial Machinery Defects
Insufficient Operator Training
Lack of Guardrails on Conveyor Belts
Lack of Guardrails on Industrial Equipment
Lack of Guardrails on Machines
Lack of Guardrails on Presses
Lack of Guardrails on Saws
Lack of Warning in Operating Heavy Machinery
Lockout/Tag-Out Violations
Machine Operators Negligence
Manufacturing Defects
Masonry Wall Collapsed
Methane Gas Leak
Missing Safety Guards on Machines
Mistakes in Manufacturing
Not Provided Proper Safety Equipment
Poor Equipment Maintenance
Poor Machinery Maintenance
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Rolling or Tipped Vehicles
Safety Code Violation
Scaffold Collapse
Steel Beam Falling from a Crane
Struck by a Falling Metal Beam
Struck by Equipment
Struck by Falling Gravel
Struck by Vehicle
Struck in Collapsing Structure
Toxic Chemical Exposure
Trench Collapse
Tripped in A Hole
Tunnel Collapse
Underground Storage Tank Explosion
Uneven Ground
Unguarded Holes
Unsecure Ladder
Unsecured Cover
Unstable Scaffolding
Unstable Work Surface
Unsteady Flooring
Violation of State and Federal Safety Regulations
Workplace Slips, Trips & Falls

Who Can be Held Liable for an Industrial Equipment Injury?

Negligent parties that can be held liable for industrial equipment injuries and accidents may include:

Distributors of the industrial Equipment
Equipment Manufacturers
Equipment Owners
Equipment Rental Companies
Machine Operators

Construction & Radio Equipment Injury Statistics

  • In 2019, there were 5,333 fatal work injuries reported in the United States. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics In 2019, workers age 55 and over accounted for 38% of all workplace deaths in the U. S.
  • Construction site workers account for 20% of all fatal workplace/industrial accidents.
  • 3 million Construction workers are estimated to work on scaffolds each year in the U. S.
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has reported that one in ten construction site workers are injured every year.
  • Construction workers between 25-34 years old are the most likely to be injured in a construction site accident.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 50,000 workers per year die from work-related diseases.
  • More than 100 people in the United States die every day because of their work, according to a new report from the AFL-CIO.
  • 15% of all claims on workers’ compensation claims are spent on victims of construction accidents.
  • About 1,000 construction equipment workers are killed each year while on the job according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • According OSHA, one out of every ten construction workers is injured on the job every year.
  • Most construction site injuries involve construction workers’ necks, backs, spines, and trunks.
  • Workers between 25 and 34 years old are the most likely to be injured in a construction site accident.
  • 2 million workers annually are injured so severely that they need to miss work and need ongoing Medical Care.
  • There are more than 40,000 construction injuries in work zones each year.
  • Workplace injuries occur to about 5 out of every 100 full time employees.
  • Industrial machinery accidents cost U.S. employers nearly $60 billion in workers’ compensation costs Insurance studies show that in 2018. – U.S. insurance company study 2018.
  • Nearly 2/3 of all workplace fatalities each year are the result of safety code violations.
  • Private industry companies reported 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2019. – Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • The most common industrial accidents are construction accidents which accounting for about 20% of all reported workplace injuries.
  • Nearly 2/3 of all workplace fatalities were the result of safety code violations. – OSHA Reporting
  • About 150,000 construction site accidents are reported each year in the United States – Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Industrial Accident Injury Settlements & Verdicts

  • $1.3 Million Settlement: Carpenter fell through roof opening at a construction site.
  • $5.9 Million Settlement for bricklayer Injured during a School Renovation Project.
  • $6.5 Million Settlement: 2 Iron workers injured when side of building there constructing fell on them.
  • $5 Million Verdict: Construction worker falls to ground caused by unsafe scaffold.
  • $870,000 Settlement: Electrician falls off unsecured ladder at construction site causing multiple injuries.
  • $3.5 Million Settlement: Construction worker crushed by falling wall.
  • $2 Million Settlement: Death of a construction worker asphyxiated by methane gas.
  • $1.3 Million Settlement: Pipefitter injured in compressed air explosion while connecting pipe.
  • $3 Million Settlement: Iron worker injured in crane collapse.
  • $12 Million Settlement: Construction worker paralyzed when he was struck by falling construction materials.
  • $12.3 million Jury Award – Insulator and Radio Equipment worker died of malignant Mesothelioma cancer.
  • $12.3 million Jury Award – U. S. Steelworker died of occupational asbestos exposure causing malignant Mesothelioma.
  • $4 Million Settlement for a construction worker that suffered life-changing burns in an industrial workplace explosion.
  • $3 Million Settlement for an Electrician injured from a scaffold collapse causing him to fall 16 feet to the ground.
  • $2.8 Million Settlement for a welder that was injured by a falling object on a construction job site.
  • $800,000 Settlement: Steelworker sustained a back injury lifting heavy piece of steel

For a Workplace Injury lawsuit to be successful, personal injury lawyers must show that your injury resulted from the negligence of another party. In the case of an industrial accident Injury lawsuit victims and immediate family members have the right to file a personal injury and wrongful death claim.

List of Industrial Plant Workers Exposed to Asbestos

More than 4.1 million people in the United States suffer a workplace injury or occupational illness each year. 

Adjusters Handlers Preppers
Applicators Hands Pressers
Assemblers Helpers Processors
Assembly Man Inserters Programmers
Assorters Inspector Pullers
Binders Inspectors Regulators
Buffers Installation Workers Removers
Casters Installers Repairers
Changers Instructors Repairman
Cleaners Investigators Researchers
Coaters Laborers Rewinders
Collectors Lay Out Sawyers
Coordinators Layers Servicers
Coverers Liners Set Ups
Crushers Loaders Setters
Cutters Locators Sorters
Designers Maintainers Specialists
Developers Maintenance man Sprayers
Diggers Mappers Stackers
Disassemblers Markers Stampers
Dismantlers Mechanics Strippers
Dispatchers Mixers Superintendents
Drawers Modifiers Supervisors
Drillers Monitors Surveyors
Drivers Mounters Technicians
Dumpers Movers Techs
Estimators Observers Tenders
Examiners Offbearers Testers
Feeders Operators Throubleshooters
Filers Overhaulers Trimmers
Fillers Packagers Turners
Finishers Packers Unloaders
Fitters Patternmakers Washers
Fixers Pilers Weavers
Folders Planners Weighers
Foreman Platers Winders
Graders Polishers Workers
Grinders Pourers Wrappers

Inside Office Laborers and Workplace Injuries

Industrial workers are mostly injured working at outside job sites, plants, and factories. Many workplace accidents occur inside of company offices. Office workers injured on the job can include;

Accountants Coordinators
Administrative Aides Data Entry Workers
Administrators Directors
Agents Executives
Aides Financial Managers
Analysts Human Resource Workers
Assistants Inventory Workers
Associates Managers
Attendants Office Workers
Auditors Operation Managers
Billing & Posting Workers Planners
Board Members Presidents
Book & Record-Keeping Public Relation Workers
Buyers Purchasing Agents
Chief Executive Officers Representatives
Clerks Salesman
Collectors Secretary – Secretaries
Computer Workers Timekeepers
Consultants Vice Presidents

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List of Industrial Plant Work & Labor Duties

More than 150 workers in the United States die every day because of workplace injuries.

Adjust Fold Prep
Apply Grade Press
Assemble Grind Process
Assort Handle Program
Bind Help Pull
Buff Insert Regulate
Cast Inspect Remove
Change Install Repair
Clean Instruct Research
Coat Investigate Rewind
Collect Labor Saw
Coordinate Lay Out Service
Coverer Line Set
Crush Load Set Up
Cut Locate Sort
Design Maintain Spray
Develop Map Stack
Dig Mark Stamp
Disassemble Mix Strip
Dismantle Modify Supervise
Dispatch Monitor Survey
Draw Mount Tend
Drill Move Test
Drive Observe Trim
Dump Operate Troubleshoot
Estimate Overhaul Turn
Examine Pack Unload
Feed Package Wash
File Pile Weave
Fill Plan Weigh
Finish Plate Wind
Fit Polish Work
Fix Pourers

Diagnosed with Mesothelioma?

What Are Asbestos Trust Funds?

If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos lung cancer, you may be entitled to financial compensation from Asbestos Trust Funds.

Asbestos companies that have filed for bankruptcy protection have established asbestos trust funds to pay claims. There are about 65 active Asbestos Trust Funds totaling more than 30 billion.

Since the mid-1980s more than 100 Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Funds have been established in the U.S. At least a dozen trust funds have equities exceeding $1 billion.

More than 30 billion dollars is currently available for distribution to qualified applicants. Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Funds have set criteria of values they pay to qualified claimants.

Asbestos Trust Funds have paid out $18 billion for more than 3 million claims!

Radio Equipment Injury Damages

When industrial manufacturing companies are negligent with improper equipment maintenance, structural maintenance, design flaws, and defective parts they can be held liable for injuries caused to innocent people that suffer serious injuries or death.

Victims in injury-related claims are entitled to damages including:

Disfigurement Damages (past and future)
Economic Damages (past and future)
End of Life Cost Damages
Exemplary Damages
Funeral Expense Damages
Future Economic Damages
General Damages
Gross Negligence Damages
Loss of Companionship Damages
Loss of Consortium Damages
Loss of Earning Capacity Damages
Loss of Life Damages
Loss of Wages Damages (past and future)
Medical Expense Damages
Mental Anguish Damages
Monetary Compensation Damages
Nominal Damages
Non-Economic Damages
Pain and Suffering Damages
Pecuniary and Non Pecuniary Damages
Physical Impairment Damages (past and future)
Treble Damages
Workers Compensation Damages
Wrongful Death Claims

Need an Occupational Disease Lawyer

If you or a family member has been injured in an industrial equipment accident, we can help you start an injury lawsuit against responsible parties to help with medical bills and financial compensation.

Our experienced nationwide industrial accident injury lawyers will help you get just and fair compensation for your injuries.

Call our Injury Toll Free Helpline at 888.267.1137 and get help today!

We can usually tell within a few minutes whether we can help you, and if we cannot, maybe direct you to someone who can.

We are always available 24 hours a day to answer your questions with a phone call or email and we will do everything we can to ensure that you receive the highest compensation for your injuries.

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