An industrial loading dock is a type of dock that is used to load and unload ships, trucks, or other large vehicles. It is an essential part of the port infrastructure and can handle a variety of loads. The dock can be moved to where it is needed most and can be adjusted to accommodate a variety of vehicles.

Hydraulic loading docks are a common sight on industrial sites. They are used to move goods from one location to another using hydraulic pressure. Injuries can happen when someone is working on or near a hydraulic loading dock. The most common type of injury is falls. Workers may fall when they are trying to move goods off of the loading dock or when they are walking in the area around the dock. This can cause back & leg injuries, brain, spinal cord and other types of injuries such as cuts, bruises, and burns.

Loading docks are a common sight on many commercial properties. They are used to load and unload trucks and other vehicles. They can be safe however, they can also collapse, causing you to fall or they can also become unstable, causing unexpected movement.  If you have been injured by a loading dock, please contact an attorney as soon as possible.