Dangerous and defective machinery can result in severe and possibly life threatening workplace injuries. The most common defective machinery accidents include rotating motion hazards, cutting hazards, mechanical hazards and non-mechanical machinery hazards, which can cause amputations, burn injuries or even back and neck injuries. Every year thousands of companies are issued citations for dangerous and defective machinery.
At Pulvers, Pulvers & Thompson we believe that workers are entitled to a safe workplace. Our skilled personal injury attorneys assist clients injured by defective machinery. As victims of defective machinery injuries may be entitled to financial compensation beyond workers’ compensation we seek the maximum compensation to pay for lost income, pain and suffering and medical expenses.