On the job or during our side projects, we trust the machinery we use to get our work done is safe, effective, and free of defects. Unfortunately, negligence on the part of manufacturers, distributors, and other parties can lead to damage to this machinery, leading to severe injuries to the people who use this equipment.
If you are the victim of a machinery defect, seeking compensation alone can be difficult and overwhelming. Trust the Atlanta defective equipment attorneys at Hilley & Frieder, P.C. to guide you through the litigation process.
Machinery defects occur more often than many of us may believe. These defects can occur during any phase of the manufacturing process, from design and ideation to producing safety labels and warranties to the sale and distribution of these items. Often, machinery defects come at the expense of the employees who must use these machines.
Some of the most common injuries you may sustain due to defective machinery include the following:
Like many personal injury cases, multiple parties may be responsible for your injuries following a defective machinery accident. To identify who to hold liable, you and your workers’ comp attorney will need to investigate your case thoroughly to determine the cause and who is responsible for the defect.
Common defendants in defective machinery lawsuits include the following:
Are you suffering from severe injuries after an accident involving a defective machine? Whether the accident took place on the job or while you were helping a friend with a project, you may be eligible for compensation through a product liability lawsuit.
In these situations, trust the Atlanta defective equipment lawyers at Hilley & Frieder, P.C. to find your optimal path to recovery. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and begin strategizing your next steps.
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