Defective Construction Products
Construction sites are extremely dangerous when the proper precautions are not taken. Even the most responsible employers can run into safety issues. For that reason it is so important to have properly working construction products that uphold the safety standards of the company. When a faulty product is put on a construction site, it can easily result in death and catastrophic injury. A lawyer can help you if you or a loved one has been injured as the result of a dangerous product.
We Fight for Your Rights
Sadly, many construction workers are injured every year due to defective ladders, scaffolding, tools, cranes, and safety harnesses. As one may imagine, when these products do not work the result can be serious injuries such as spinal injury, neck injury, brain injury and back injury. These types of injuries can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to treat and that is why it is so important to speak with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney that knows how to recover compensation for injured individuals.
We Fight for Your Compensation
Manufacturers and distributers must be held responsible for the damaging products that they produce. Until manufacturers cease to put products on the market before they have been thoroughly tested, we will continue to fight for the rights of those that have been injured. At Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation, we have helped countless clients recover the compensation they were due for their injuries. If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one in an unfortunate construction accident caused by a defective product we are available to help. Construction injuries can be devastating and tear families apart. Recovering the compensation you are due can help you to fully recover from the injury where possible and move on with your life. The recovery of compensation can provide the finances to ensure that the injured has access to the highest quality medical care as well as compensating them for the other damages suffered through the injury.