Philadelphia Defective Machinery Attorneys

Representing Victims of Defective Machinery Accidents

From toaster ovens to snow blowers, machines are a part of our everyday life. We use them at home, at work, and even in our vehicles, and we rely on their convenience and efficiency to help us multi-task. When a machine is manufactured or designed incorrectly, those defects can cause serious and life-threatening injuries. Whether at home or in the workplace, the use of a defective machine that you believe to be safe can result in severe injury or death.

The Philadelphia product liability attorneys at Golomb Spirt Grunfeld, P.C. represent those who suffered preventable injuries using poorly designed or manufactured machinery either on the job or in the home.

If you suffered an injury that you suspect was caused by defective machinery, please contact us at (215) 278-4449 for an evaluation your case.

Types of Defective Machinery

In addition to recovering compensation for victims of defective machinery, our experience in individual and consumer class action claims against the manufacturers of defective machinery has led to numerous recalls and increased safety measures for a number of products.

Our product liability lawyers have achieved notable verdicts and settlements in defective machinery cases including those involving:

  • Conveyor belt injuries
  • Snow blower injuries
  • Lawnmower injuries
  • Forklift injuries
  • Tiki torch injuries
  • Small kitchen appliances injuries
  • Power tools injuries
  • Construction equipment injuries

Defective Machinery Injuries

Any machine that has a moving or electrical part can contain a defect that could cause an injury. Injuries from defective machines include, but are not limited to:

  • Burns
  • Amputations
  • Lacerations
  • Fractures
  • Crushing injuries
  • Internal hemorrhaging
  • Electrical burns
  • Electrocution
  • Blindness
  • Head and neck injuries
  • And more

Who is liable for defective machinery accidents?

A machine can fail in numerous ways, including design defects and manufacturing errors. If the machine contained a design defect or manufacturing flaw or if there were inadequate warnings on the product, then you may be able to hold the manufacturer responsible for your accident.

Manufacturers, distributors, sellers, and even maintenance companies could all be held accountable under product liability laws. An experienced Philadelphia defective machinery lawyer will need to investigate all aspects of your accident to determine who is ultimately responsible for your accident-and your injuries. In some cases there may be multiple parties responsible for your accident.

Unfortunately, manufacturers rarely admit that their machine has an inherent defect in the design or construction. They may shift blame to the consumer or state that the product was not used in the manner in which it was intended. These tactics are designed to reduce the manufacturer’s liability and deflect blame. At Golomb Spirt Grunfeld, P.C., we don’t let manufacturer’s hide behind these smoke screens. We fight aggressively to expose design flaws and product defects, so dangerous and defective machines are removed from circulation.

Whether a machine has a design flaw, is prone to a manufacturing defect, or lacks adequate warnings, our attorneys have more than three decades of success leading product liability cases backed up by the resources and the will to challenge the companies who exercise negligence in putting defective machines into the hands of consumers and workers.

Golomb Spirt Grunfeld, P.C. has successfully represented individuals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and throughout the United States. Call (215) 278-4449 for a free case evaluation.

Over $2 Billion Won in Verdicts and Settlements

  • $410,000,000 Bank of America Class Action
  • $358,000,000 Benicar Drug Settlement
  • $250,000,000 Granuflo Medical Device Settlement
  • $162,000,000 JP Morgan Class Action
  • $137,500,000 Citizen Bank Class Action
  • $130,000,000 Against Credit Card Companies
  • $90,000,000 PNC Bank Class Action
  • $70,000,000 TD Bank Class Action
  • More Than $65,000,000 On Behalf of Attorneys General
  • $62,500,000 TD Bank Class Action