When a company develops a piece of machinery, they must do it in such a way that it is of low cost to them but will result in high profit. This is a normal way of doing business.
When companies make machines or products and shortcut things like safety equipment, they do so not only at the cost of harming people but an overall neglect in caring about the welfare of the user. This should never be the normal way of doing business.
When our client got his hand crushed between two rollers of a machine, he suffered a very severe injury and it could have cost him his life. The two rollers combined a pitch point in which our client got stuck. His injuries are now permanent and disabling. Within investigating the case, we questioned an expert who said that safety equipment should have been on the machine to protect him and anyone else who used it. But when we questioned the designer and the engineer of the machine, they were both unable to explain in a way that would make up for his loss why such safety equipment wasn’t available to him. We were told that not only did the designer even broach the idea of putting on safety equipment, but the engineer knowingly didn’t add them to keep his costs down. We were able to prove their neglect in proving a safe working machine for these workers caused permanent damage to our client and we settled with a large compensation. This allowed our client and sought justice from the people who could have caused such harm to someone. Watch this video now to learn more.
To learn more about personal injury accidents, I encourage you to watch the video above and to explore our educational website. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (800) 800-9797. I welcome your call.