Wausau Factory Equipment Defects Attorney

Known to be very dangerous, factory and industrial jobs often involve the use of powerful machinery in tight or restricted spaces. Factory and industrial jobs require a great deal of precision and even the smallest mistake can result in severe injuries. The sheer power of the machinery used makes the potential to be seriously harmed even more of a concern. Although safety inspections are used to ensure that the machines are being properly maintained, negligent employers put their workers at serious risk for severe injuries by failing to properly maintain the machines. In many cases, defects are not found until someone is injured. If you have been injured by defective factory or industrial equipment, it is in your best interest to learn more about your legal options. You should not be left alone to suffer the financial, physical, and emotional burden of injuries that were caused by someone else.

The Law Offices of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have grown into one of Wisconsin’s largest personal injury law firms. Now offering 12 office locations, the attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. are better equipped to assist you through the complex legal process. The Wausau defective factory or industrial equipment lawyers have extensive experience fighting for the rights of injured workers and are dedicated to helping you organize a successful lawsuit. Allow the Wausau lawyers to evaluate your case during a free initial consultation and take the opportunity to have your legal questions answered. Contact the Wausau defective factory or industrial equipment lawyers today to schedule your free consultation and begin the process of protecting your rights.

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