Industrial hydraulic lift tables are used in a variety of industries to move large objects. They are often used in factories and warehouses to move heavy equipment and parts. They can also be found in construction sites to move heavy objects while workers are building or repairing buildings.

The table is mounted on a truck or an escort vehicle and the lift arm is activated by a remote control. The arm raises the object from the ground and lowers it to the desired location. The table can hold up to 2,000 pounds and can travel at a speed of up to 10 miles per hour.

Hydraulic lift tables are often used in factories and other industrial settings to move heavy objects. However, because these tables are so powerful, they can also be dangerous if not used correctly. Here are some of the most common hydraulic lift table injuries:

Injuries from falling off a hydraulic lift table: This is by far the most common type of injury from a hydraulic lift table. People can fall off a table due to a number of factors, including being unsteady on their feet or trying to move too quickly. If someone falls off a table, they may sustain injuries such as head injuries, spinal cord injuries, or broken bones.

Injuries from being struck by a moving object: Hydraulic lift tables can also be dangerous if someone is struck by one while it’s moving. This can happen when someone is trying to move an object that’s too heavy or when the table isn’t properly secured. If someone is struck by a moving hydraulic lift table (or an object that has fallen from one) they may sustain serious injuries such as head trauma or spinal cord damage.

Injuries from the machines themselves: Hydraulic lift tables often contain sensitive machinery that can easily malfunction. This can cause injury not just to people who are directly using the table but also bystanders.  The table can send heavy objects airborne, cause breaks, leaks, and other damage to surrounding equipment and personnel.

If you have been injured by a hydraulic lift table, you should contact an attorney. Hydraulic lift tables can malfunction and can cause serious injuries. An attorney can help you receive the compensation you deserve.