Defective Workplace Equipment

Faulty And Unsafe Construction Equipment

Construction work is dangerous enough, but the danger is increased exponentially when employers do not give their workers safe and adequate equipment to do their jobs. If you have been hurt on the job because of defective equipment, you need an attorney team with experience and focus to fight for full and adequate compensation.

Most injured construction workers cannot afford to shoulder the burden of medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering on their own. The financial awards of a personal injury case are sometimes the only way for an injured worker to recover and provide for his or her family. When you cannot afford to miss a paycheck, contact our defective work equipment lawyers.

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Causes Of Faulty Construction Equipment Injuries

As a legal matter, there are only three main causes of unsafe equipment injuries:

  • Design defects: This is when an item was not designed in the safest possible way.
  • Manufacturing defects: Even if the equipment was designed perfectly, if the manufacturers cut corners or make errors in the construction, they are liable for the damage that results.
  • Failure to warn: There is a certain amount of danger inherent in most construction equipment. It is essential for adequate warning to be attached to the item so that the user understands the dangers involved.

Our attorneys have the experience with faulty equipment cases to break down the causes of your injuries and find the liable parties. We will fight for the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

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