Dangerous Tools & Equipment
A tool or piece of equipment may be dangerous or defective for many reasons. In some cases it is not the product itself, but the way it was sold or marketed. Product manufacturers, distributors, and retailers have an obligation to ensure that the products they produce and sell are safe. And employers have the responsibility to their employees of keeping products up to date, checking for recalls, and taking appropriate safety measures.
At Kanoski Bresney, we are dedicated to representing people injured by dangerous tools and equipment. Our Springfield product liability attorneys have collected millions on behalf of clients injured by dangerous and defective products.
What are the Most Common Dangerous Tools And Equipment?
Any tool or equipment, from a simple hammer to a large industrial power saw, may cause an injury. Examples of tools or equipment that may potentially form the basis for a product liability claim include:
- Circular saws
- Dangerously designed nail guns
- Unsafe lawn mowers
- Electrical tools or equipment
- Power tools
- Work tools
- Home tools
- Ladders and Scaffolds
If you have been injured by a dangerous or defective tool or piece of equipment, let us put our experience to work for you. We vigorously pursue full compensation for pain and suffering, past medical bills, future medical bills, lost wages and other recoverable damages.
Why Hire Our Springfield Lawyers?
We provide all legal representation on a contingency-fee basis. You pay no attorney fees unless we recover for you. Additionally, we advance all necessary costs associated with your case. Our Springfield injury lawyers often seek the expertise of engineers, designers, and materials specialists when handling product liability litigation. When we accept a defective products case, we are dedicated to ensuring our client gets the respect, response and results® they deserve.
If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous or defective tool or piece of equipment, please contact Kanoski Bresney. Call us today at (217) 523-7742 for a free case evaluation. With offices in Bloomington, Champaign, Decatur, Macomb, Pekin, Quincy, Rushville, and Springfield, we can effectively serve clients throughout central Illinois.