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    South Jersey Defective Machinery Lawyer

    South Jersey Defective Machinery Lawyer

    Seasoned South Jersey Defective Machinery Lawyer Pursues Full Compensation on Behalf of Workers Injured in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    Manufacturers are expected to ensure that the products they sell are free of defects that can injure users of their products. When a piece of machinery injures an innocent victim due to a defect, that injured person deserves to receive financial compensation for their injuries and losses. At Gelman Law, LLC, a South Jersey defective machinery lawyer can help you seek accountability and justice when you have been hurt by defective machinery.

    Founding attorney David Gelman and his team utilize their extensive experience in the justice system to help you understand your rights and what to expect in your case. Although the legal process may seem complex and daunting, we work in the courts on a regular basis. Let us be your guide and advocate in pursuing a claim for a fair and full financial recovery. Every action our attorneys take in your case is done with your best interests at the forefront of our minds. We leave no stone unturned in winning the highest possible award for you under the circumstances of your case. With our firm, you will never feel pressured to accept a quick settlement that pays you less than the maximum compensation you need and deserve. 

    Contact us today for a free initial case review to see how an experienced South Jersey defective machinery lawyer from our firm can help you to recover fair and full compensation for the injuries and losses you have suffered due to no fault of your own. 

    Injured By Defective Machinery And Have Questions? We Can Help. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Fill Out Our Convenient Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    Types of Machinery Defect Claims

    Machinery can be deemed defective in one of three ways: design defects, manufacturing defects, and failure-to-warn:

    In New Jersey, there is no need to prove that a defect was caused by a manufacturer’s or retailer’s or other party’s negligence or recklessness. The mere fact that machinery was defective and injured someone is sufficient to trigger liability. 

    Common Injuries Caused by Defective Machinery

    Machinery defects can cause a wide variety of injuries, including:

    Get Advice From An Experienced Defective Machinery Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Complete Our Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    A South Jersey Defective Machinery Lawyer Will Pursue a Financial Recovery for You When You Were Hurt by Dangerous Equipment

    At Gelman Law, LLC, South Jersey defective machinery lawyer David Gelman and his team believe that you should not have to suffer the financial consequences of injuries that were caused by defective machinery. Let our firm work to hold manufacturers and other liable parties accountable to compensate you for expenses and losses such as:

    You may also be entitled to an award of punitive damages if the machinery’s manufacturer knew of the defect that injured you and failed to initiate a recall or continued to sell the product. 

    Call a Dedicated South Jersey Defective Machinery Lawyer at Gelman Law, LLC for a Free Case Evaluation to Learn How We Can Help in Your Case

    If you have been injured by a defective piece of machinery, a South Jersey defective machinery lawyer from Gelman Law, LLC can help. Call us or contact us online today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about your rights and options for pursuing a legal claim for compensation against the manufacturer of the defective machinery that injured you and against other liable parties. 

    Frequently Asked Questions about Defective Machinery in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    Who might be held legally responsible for my injuries that were caused by defective machinery?

    Typically, the manufacturer or assembler of a defective piece of machinery can be held responsible for injuries that are suffered in an accident caused by the machinery’s defects. However, other parties that may also have liability for injuries include the manufacturers of defective parts used in the machinery (if different from the final assembler of the machinery) as well as the company or companies responsible for maintenance of the machinery. 

    How long do I have to bring a claim for compensation for injuries I sustained because of defective machinery?

    In most cases, you only have two years from the date on which you were injured in an accident involving defective machinery to file a lawsuit against the machinery’s manufacturer or other liable parties. If you wait too long to file your lawsuit, you risk having the court permanently dismiss your case as untimely and losing the opportunity to recover compensation from those parties at fault for your injuries.

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