Cranes are made to operate safely within their load carrying capacity. As such, failure to carefully understand the crane’s lifting capacity may lead to accidents that can be debilitating and sometimes even deadly.
Knowing the crane’s lifting configuration is not the sole responsibility of crane operators. Construction superintendents, site managers, and project managers also share responsibility in ensuring that cranes only lift loads within safety standards. Furthermore, crane manufacturers should also ensure that each of the crane’s components have been designed and manufactured within the highest quality standards to avoid crane collapse.
If a crane accident has caused you harm while working in Wisconsin, a lawyer at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is willing to look into your situation and assess whether or not your circumstances qualify you for a claim. To learn more about the legal steps you might possibly take, call our offices at (414) 271-0900 today.