If you have been injured working with machinery, we may be able to help you. Machinery injuries come from a broad range of products like heavy-duty construction vehicles like tractors, bulldozers, excavators, loaders, and forklifts, to smaller pieces of equipment like skill saws, blowtorches, and nail guns. Suppose the injury occurs on a job site. In that case, it is critical to determine whether Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules were followed, designed to protect workers working with such equipment.
Even if machinery injuries do not occur on a job site, you may be entitled to compensation if there was a product defect. Such defects can arise when the product is poorly designed or improperly assembled for example. If you have been injured through another’s negligence when using machinery, you deserve to be fairly compensated for your injuries. We can help. Contact us today for a free personal injury consultation.