Industrial Equipment

Since the Indus­trial Rev­o­lu­tion arrived in the United States in the late 18th cen­tury, fac­to­ries and their equip­ment have pre­sented many dan­gers for work­ers.  While indus­trial equip­ment has gen­er­ally become safer over the years, there are unfor­tu­nately many seri­ous acci­dents involv­ing dan­ger­ous indus­trial equip­ment each year, which result in dev­as­tat­ing injuries and death.

If you were injured or if a loved one died because of faulty equip­ment at work, an expe­ri­enced prod­uct lia­bil­ity lawyer at Cline Far­rell Christie & Lee will be happy to pro­vide a free case eval­u­a­tion and advise you as to your legal options.

While acci­dents involv­ing dan­ger­ous and defec­tive indus­trial equip­ment hap­pen in many dif­fer­ent envi­ron­ments, the fol­low­ing are two com­mon work­places where they occur:

  • Man­u­fac­tur­ing plants:  Fac­to­ries some­times have dan­ger­ous or defec­tive machin­ery that can cause seri­ous injury or death to the work­ers who have to oper­ate them.  When con­veyor belts, saws, sanders, lathe machines, boil­ers, fork­lifts, bull­doz­ers, valves, and other equip­ment mal­func­tion, our attor­neys have the expe­ri­ence  nec­es­sary to eval­u­ate and pur­sue your claim.
  • Con­struc­tion sites:  Unfor­tu­nately, con­struc­tion sites are often places of dev­as­tat­ing injuries and death.  For exam­ple, a defec­tive crane, defec­tive scaf­folds, unsafe saws and nail guns, mal­func­tion­ing back­hoes and other con­struc­tion equip­ment can cause seri­ous injury and death.

Please con­tact an attor­ney at Cline Far­rell Christie &Lee today for a free con­sul­ta­tion. We look for­ward to hear­ing from you and we wel­come the oppor­tu­nity to serve and assist you.