Manufacturing Equipment Defects in Texas
Dallas Lawyers with 20+ Years' Experience Fighting for the Injured
When you report to work on your manufacturing job every day, you don't expect to be in danger of injury because of defective or dangerous equipment. Yet manufacturing equipment such as conveyor lines, stamping machines, and tool and die equipment are among the most dangerous products in the American workplace. Workplace injuries from equipment failure result in millions of dollars in lost earnings and medical costs to the American worker every year.
At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our Dallas personal injury attorneys know you would rather be on the manufacturing line rather than online, searching for an attorney. But now that you need an experienced attorney, we are here for you.
What Sets Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP Apart?
Our attorneys have more than 25 combined years of trial law experience. Senior personal injury attorney Rob Crain has received the AV rating* from Martindale Hubbell, which is a testament to his legal skill and ethical practice. He is listed in the Best Lawyers in America** guidebook, as recommended by his peers.
We believe that you deserve experienced, aggressive, and effective representation that fights hard for maximum compensation. From your initial consultation all the way through handling the final details of the settlement, we are responsive to your needs.
If You Have a Claim, You Need to Pursue It—Call (214) 301-5007
A serious work injury from an equipment defect can mean many thousands of dollars in lost earnings, lost opportunities for advancement, medical bills, and physical therapy. Our attorneys have extensive experience in product liability law and know how to investigate and develop a strong case to help you get the money damages your family is relying on. We have helped numerous workers collect full and fair money damages for their injuries from equipment failure or manufacturing defects. We can help you. Contact our offices for a free consultation today.
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