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Defective Equipment Lawyers To Fight For You

Employees across many industries in Connecticut face potentially hazardous conditions every day. Construction, manufacturing and other industrial jobs typically involve heavy machinery and powerful equipment. The health and well-being of those employed in such jobs often depend on the safe functioning of the equipment used. When the equipment malfunctions and results in injury, the employee needs to prepare to fight for a fair compensation.

We here at Sheffy, DeNigris, Grey & Bedard, LLP, have been fighting for the needs of our clients from our office in Southington for more than 30 years. We know what it takes to maximize your compensation, and never back down from standing up to big firms or insurance agencies. You deserve to have someone at your back who can put up a tough fight for you while you focus on your recovery, and we are just the team to do it.

Understanding Your Rights

After an accident or injury on the job, workers’ compensation might not be your only source of financial recovery. You may also be entitled to bring a lawsuit against any third parties – other than your employer – whose negligence contributed to the accident.

An investigation may reveal that an industrial accident or work injury was related to defective equipment. A lawsuit against the product manufacturer may be the only way to pursue accountability. In the case of fatal accidents, the surviving family members may have the right to bring a wrongful death claim.

Seasoned Legal Representation

At Sheffy, DeNigris, Grey & Bedard, LLP, we handle personal injury and wrongful death claims involving defective products. Our defective equipment lawyers in Southington believe every injured worker deserves experienced legal representation. Here, you will find knowledgeable guidance and trusted advocacy.

With more than 30 years of legal experience, attorney Tony Sheffy is always prepared to take cases to trial, if necessary. He has successfully handled significant cases involving millions of dollars. As a result, he truly understands the devastating impact of serious injuries.

Highly lauded by his peers and a recipient of multiple professional awards, lawyer Tony Sheffy has the experience and knowledge to help you pursue maximum compensation.

Learn More About What We Can Do For You

In our decades of service to our community, we have regularly displayed our loyalty and dedication to our clients, as well as our “never-say-die” attitude toward their cases. You deserve an attorney who will stop at nothing for you, and you can find them by contacting us today.

We invite you to learn more by calling 844-367-0314 for a free initial consultation. Our Southington defective equipment lawyer, Kelly Grey, works with clients from around the Hartford area, and we offer contingency fee representation.