Were you injured due to a construction equipment defect? Not sure what legal options you have? The Florida construction equipment defect attorneys at Clark Fountain represent clients throughout Florida and beyond. We can help you identify the negligent parties in your product defect case and take swift legal action. No matter your case, you can be confident knowing that we fight for you.
Our firm brings more than 200 years of collective experience to the table. We know the ins and outs of product liability law and can guide you through your construction equipment defect claim. We quickly get to work immersing ourselves in the investigative process, compiling strong evidence for a compelling case.
Who Is At Fault for My Injuries?
Construction sites can be busy, cluttered, and dangerous—especially when the equipment you are depending on fails to work as intended. When a construction equipment defect has led to your injury, it can be very concerning. Determining who is at fault is the next step in your case.
You deserve seasoned litigation that cares about you and your life—call 561-899-2100 for a free case consultation!
There are three main issues that may be to blame for defect equipment:
- Design defects: Prior to the product ever being created, the design may have been flawed and inherently dangerous/unsafe. A design defect may leave the creator responsible.
- Manufacturing defects: A problem during assembly or manufacturing can make a piece of equipment unsafe, from missing parts to poor materials. A manufacturer may be held liable.
- Marketing defects: Even if there were no “defects” in the product, if it had a lack of warning labels, safety guidelines, or improper instructions, it may be a marketing defect or a failure to warn.
If one of the three issues led to your injuries, you may have a valid product liability claim. Our firm can handle cases involving lack of warning, defective electrical wiring, improper safety guards, and nearly any other type of defect that led to a construction site accident.
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Just because you were injured on the job while using faulty construction equipment, don’t presume workers’ compensation will cover all your damages and expenses! When faulty products cause injuries, the damages can be extensive. The good news is that you have legal options. Our Florida construction equipment defect lawyers have the experience, legal resources, and know-how to successfully resolve your case.