Unsafe Equipment

Getting The Compensation You Deserve

Anytime a consumer or a worker suffers a serious injury using a piece of equipment, machinery or a household product, they should consider whether there was a problem with the product that caused or contributed to the injury.

Sometimes it's clear that equipment or a product was at fault. Sometimes it's not clear.

Talking with an experienced products liability attorney at the Manhattan law office of Keogh Crispi can be the first step in uncovering the cause of your injuries and who is responsible.

Even if you were injured on the job and are covered by workers' compensation, you may be able to seek additional compensation for your losses and suffering with a third-party product liability claim. Manufacturers are responsible for the safety of the products they design, create and sell. If cost-cutting and profit come before consumer safety, everyone suffers.

Contact our New York injury law firm for a free consultation and case evaluation at 212-518-2417.

Unsafe And Defective Equipment On The Job Site

Construction sites, manufacturing sites, warehouses and even big-box retailers use heavy equipment in the workplace that can cause serious injuries or death. Among the defective machinery and dangerous tools known to cause fatal injuries are construction cranes, forklifts, jackhammers, nail guns, table saws, punch presses and backhoes.

The New York injury lawyers at Keogh Crispi investigate every aspect of your injury claim to see if unsafe and defective equipment contributed to the problem:

  • Was the forklift equipped with a seat belt?
  • Was the backhoe properly maintained and inspected?
  • Did the table saw have necessary safety features? Did they work?
  • Did the chemical storage container have adequate instructions or warnings?
  • Did that brand of nail gun have a history of misfiring?

We look into every possible area of manufacturer negligence and liability.

Our experienced product liability lawyers give clients a distinct advantage in and out of the courtroom. Call us for a free consultation: 212-518-2417, or contact us by email. There is no fee unless we recover money for you.