Injured by a Defective Machine At Work Minnesota Lawyers
Every day, people throughout the United States, including Minnesota, are seriously injured or killed by poorly designed or defectively manufactured product or equipment. The corporations that make these machines and equipment too often take short cuts. They place a greater priority over profit than they do safe design and quality control of their manufacturing processes. This puts consumers’ lives in jeopardy. Our MN defective product lawyers have seen many cases of defective products disfiguring, maiming and burning innocent people. We take these cases very seriously and our attorneys will sue the negligent manufacturer to get fair and complete compensation for our clients.
INJURED BY EQUIPMENT OR MACHINE ACCIDENT ON THE JOB – MN ATTORNEYS
If you were injured in a machine accident or equipment accident while you were at work, you are entitled to workers compensation, just like you would be if you were injured any other way while on the job. You will get MN workers comp benefits regardless of how the accident happened or who was at fault. But you may also be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer of the equipment or machine that injured you.
WORKERS COMPENSATION AFTER MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT ACCIDENT IN MN AND OTHER BENEFITS
Your workers comp benefits will pay most of your lost wages and medical bills. Workers compensation also pays a number or other benefits, including a direct payment to you if you have suffered a permanent injury. In addition, however, you could also be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer of the defective machine or defective equipment. Our defective product attorneys in MN have handled many cases where our client receives both workers comp and additional compensation from the third party (company that made the machine or equipment) that was at fault.
Workers Comp benefits in MN are limited, and to be fully compensated, you need to pursue the other insurance as well. In addition, the equipment or machine manufacturer may have to repay the workers compensation insurer for the accident. This will help reduce your employer’s workers comp rates.
Our lawyers’ primary focus is to get you fair and complete compensation for your injuries.
If you have been injured by a defective machine or defective equipment while you were working or on the job in Minnesota, please call our office for a free consultation with an attorney as soon as possible so that we can investigate your case and advise you of your rights. We are personal injury lawyers handling defective equipment and machine cases throughout MN. We can help you if you are injured at your employer’s premises or if you are at a job site or injured at a construction site. A defective equipment attorney will provide you with a free initial consultation, and we only ever charge based on a percentage of what we collect for you.
DEFECTIVE PRODUCT LIABILITY IN MINNESOTA
MN has strict product liability laws that hold the manufacturer and seller liable when their defective product, defective equipment or defective machine has injured someone. There are several good reasons for this. Two of the primary reasons are:
1) the manufacturer is in the best position to make sure they have designed and manufactured the product, equipment or machine safely. Also, knowing that they will have to pay for the damages if they injure people is a good incentive to make sure they don’t make defective products or defective equipment in the future; and 2) the manufacturer is in a better position to pay for the medical bills and other costs for the person injured by a defective product or defective equipment because that is the business they are in and they can spread the cost over the many sales that they make – versus the unfortunate injured person having to pay the whole cost themselves.
ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FROM MACHINE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective or dangerous product, equipment or machine, we can help. Our top MN attorneys have successfully recovered millions of dollars in settlement and verdicts for people injured by a defective product, defective equipment and other accidents. A product liability attorney can answer your questions and offer guidance in the wake of any type of injury or the loss of a loved one caused by a dangerous or defective product. Because these cases usually involve an injured consumer fighting a large corporation, it is critical to involve personal injury attorneys who are experienced in product liability cases.
Our top Minnesota defective product lawyers have built a reputation of tirelessly battling large corporations and insurance companies to get our clients the compensation they deserve.
The most important thing you can do to help us and help your case is to SAVE EVERYTHING and take lots of pictures. Keep the equipment or machine in exactly the condition it was in at the time of your injury. DON’T let anyone throw anything away, not even your clothing. If possible, don’t even move anything. We need all the equipment parts even if they are partially destroyed.
EXPERIENCED WORK INJURY LAWYERS
Please call our office right away and speak with an attorney for a free consultation if you are injured at work because of a defective product or equipment. Pam Rochlin and David Rochlin are Minnesota personal injury lawyers with more than 25 years’ experience successfully handling hundreds of accident injury cases. A defective product lawyer will discuss your case with you and explain your rights.
We are also happy to meet with you at our office or your home. Our top defective product attorneys will meet with you to discuss your case and injuries at our offices in Minneapolis MN, St. Louis Park, Woodbury, and Edina. Our lawyers also frequently meet with injured people and discuss their defective product cases at their homes in St. Paul MN, Chanhassen, Chaska, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, Rogers, Brooklyn Park, Bloomington, Richfield, Apple Valley, Roseville, Maplewood, and other surrounding cities in Minnesota. There is no obligation on your part, and we always only charge a percentage of what we collect for you.