Wegner & Associates specializes in accident injury cases involving the following circumstances.
Commercial airlines are regulated by law to possess the skill and training necessary to transport passengers safely and securely. When a commercial airplane crashes, an investigation is conducted to determine the cause of the crash. A crash can occur because of pilot error, mechanical failure, design flaws or extreme weather conditions. Once determined, the cause of crash is what primarily determines if the basis for a lawsuit exists.
Each year, thousands experience a boating accident while travelling ocean-going commercial and cruise line vessels, small personal pleasure crafts or anything between. Many accidents can be avoided by understanding and following basic boating rules as outlined by the U.S. Coast Guard and state agencies. Whether or not these rules were followed will determine the feasibility of a boating accident case.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Motor vehicle accidents account for millions of injuries each year in the U.S. In fact, motor vehicle accidents are ranked as the leading cause of injuries in people between the ages of 1 and 34.
Railroad accidents involving pedestrians or motor vehicles ordinarily result in tragedy. The cause of the accident can stem from driver, pedestrian, train engineer or other party negligence. Other causes may be substandard or damaged railroad crossings, the absence of crossbars or obscurance by another stopped train.
Despite the obligation of construction companies to properly inspect sites for safety and provide safety programs for employees, many accidents still happen. Accidents may occur as a result of:
Because worker's compensation laws provide a certain amount of compensation for injuries on the job, in order to file a suit a third party must be found liable.
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