Helping Workers Injured By Industrial Equipment

Workers in factories and on construction projects face some of the most dangerous working conditions in America. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that more than 4,000 builders, factory workers and industrial services' employees will suffer fatal injuries over the course of one year in America. In many cases, injuries are the result of working with dangerous and defective power tools and manufacturing equipment.

Manufacturers are required to design their industrial tools and equipment with safety as a priority. Warning labels must be obvious and instructions for safe use must be clearly visible. When the equipment is installed, safety railings and procedures must be put in place to ensure reasonable worker safety.

Hurt At Work In Middle Georgia? Hire An Industrial Accident Lawyer In Macon.

If you were injured on the job in Middle Georgia while using industrial equipment or power tools, contact the product liability Law Offices of Jon R. Hawk in Macon, GA. Our firm is ready to help you file a successful Georgia workers' compensation claim and negotiate a disability settlement, but we can also determine whether the product manufacturer may be held liable for additional damages for pain and suffering and other costs directly associated with the injury or wrongful death.

Attorney Jon Hawk has been helping injured workers with workers' compensation and third-party manufacturers' liability lawsuits for more than 18 years.

We help workers who have been injured by defective and dangerous products such as:

  • Power tools
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Industrial vehicle defects
  • Product failure resulting in electrical shock, burns and explosions

  • Overhead door failure
  • Conveyor, crane and shuttle equipment
  • Industrial furnaces
  • Timber, logging and sawmill equipment

Contact Us

Even if you are not sure whether your case has legal merit, call us at 478-757-6536 or send an email to schedule a free consultation. We represent clients in workers' compensation and product liability injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency-fee basis. You do not pay unless you win.

"Contingent attorneys' fees refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client."