Defective Work Equipment

Fighting Negligence On New York City Work Sites

Manufacturers, installers and professional maintenance contractors have a legal responsibility to make sure the industrial equipment American workers use on the job every day is safely designed, installed and in proper working condition. Workers who suffer an injury because of an unsafe design, improper warning or a defect have the right to claim workers' compensation benefits through their employer and may also seek additional monetary damages from the liable third-party. We also represent union workers who have suffered an injury on the job.

We take a direct approach to working with our clients. You will work directly with a NY personal injury attorney from start to finish and we will keep you informed about the progress of your case. When it is time to make critical decisions about a settlement or trial, you are empowered with knowledge and information you need.

If you were injured while using or working around defective work equipment in New York City, call the attorneys of Caesar, Napoli & Spivak PLLC, to arrange a free case evaluation. We will explain how we can help you with your New York workers' compensation claim and investigate your accident to determine whether there are opportunities for seeking further compensation.

Third-Party Lawsuits

Our experience with third-party workplace injury lawsuits includes (but is not limited to):

  • Accidents caused by defective trucks and motor vehicles
  • Defective and dangerous power tools and equipment
  • Conveyor, hoist and crane accidents
  • Defective industrial ovens and baking equipment
  • Defective food and product packaging equipment
Hurt By Defective Equipment? Contact Our Firm.

Call a lawyer at one of New York City's preeminent workplace injury litigation firms. Call Caesar, Napoli & Spivak PLLC toll free at (888) 235-6766 today. Free Consultation. We handle all workplace injury litigation cases on a contingency-fee basis. You pay no money to us unless we get money for you.