Any workplace accident involving equipment or machinery must be carefully investigated to determine whether it was caused by a defect. This includes:
- Crane and forklift accidents
- Ladder falls
- Scaffolding accidents
- Punch press accidents
- Conveyor belt accidents
Over the course of more than 40 years spent standing up for the rights of injured workers, the attorneys at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., understand the importance of thorough investigation. We bring in experts as necessary to gather the facts we will need to build a strong case to support your claim.
We understand and protect your rights.
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From our offices in Baltimore, Bel Air, Frederick, Essex and Glen Burnie, our lawyers represent injured workers throughout Maryland. If investigation reveals that a machinery defect was the cause, we will not only file a workers' compensation claim, but a personal injury claim against the manufacturer if appropriate.
Defect Or Defective Maintenance?
In some cases, what appears on the surface to be a defective piece of equipment or machinery is actually an improperly maintained piece of equipment or machinery. If an employer has tampered with a punch press guard or failed to provide proper upkeep on a conveyor belt, serious injuries could result. If a ladder is provided to workers even though it is worn beyond safe use, the employer should be held accountable by filing a workers' compensation claim.
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