Representation for Defective Farm Machinery Accidents
A farmer counts on farm machinery to operate safely in the performance of farm production. Sadly thousands of accidents occur yearly due to defective farm machinery. Defective farm equipment such as tractors, grinders, balers, harvesters, augers, plows and pickers can cause serious injury. This may force a farmer to focus on recovery of injuries rather than the financial success of the farm. Farmers and farm workers injured by defective farm machinery are urged to contact an attorney to guide them through the complicated legal process to achieve compensation.
Dangerous Farm Equipment
Defective tractors cause considerable injury when they rollover. Many injuries could be prevented if equipment manufacturers would design tractors to better prevent rollover as well as install seatbelts. Hay balers can be dangerous too with exposed belts and rollers that can suck in the unwary worker. Accidents may cause head injuries, spine injuries, amputations and even death.
Nature of Defects
The defect can be in the design of the equipment. For instance a baler without guards would be a design defect. The defect can be a
manufacturing defect when one particular tractor is improperly assembled. It would be a
marketing defect where equipment does not have a warning signs as where not to put hands.
Effective Legal Representation
Victims of farm machinery accidents can trust Shoop Law to energetically guard their interests and
dedicatedly seek full compensation for their injuries. The firm serves clients through aggressive prosecution of farm machinery product liability cases. Attorney David
Shoop has the experience and resources to deal with the huge farm machinery corporations and bring them to court to account for their mistakes. He seeks compensation to the farmer or farm worker for medical expenses, hospitalization costs, loss of income and pain and suffering. Where the individual has lost their lives in a farm machinery accident he seeks wrongful death compensation for the family.