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We often receive enquiries about defective & faulty work equipment claims from employees who have been injured due to defective or faulty equipment in an incident that wasn't their fault. This is usually due to a lack of regular maintenance and inspection on the employer’s behalf.

If you have been injured at work due to faulty equipment, you may be entitled to pursue a defective work equipment compensation claim. Faulty work equipment can pose serious risks to employees, leading to significant injuries and financial losses. At Stephensons our dedicated team of experienced personal injury lawyers are adept in handling defective machinery injury claims involving faulty equipment. We understand the impact that workplace injuries can have on your life, and we are committed to fighting for your rights and ensuring that you receive the compensation you deserve. Our aim is to provide you with the necessary legal support and guidance to navigate through the complexities of defective work equipment claims, helping you achieve a fair settlement and the justice you deserve.

If you or your loved one have sustained an injury through no fault of your own call us on 0161 696 6235 or you can complete our online enquiry form and we will contact, you directly.

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Defective machinery injury compensation claims

Faulty or defective work equipment, particularly in certain industries, can lead to the risk of a very serious accident occurring. Your employer has the duty to ensure you are safe whilst at work and ensure you aren’t at risk of using any defective work equipment. While using any equipment you may need to complete a job and to do the following:

  • Ensure that adequate risk assessments are in place
  • Ensure regular and adequate maintenance and inspection of machinery and equipment is carried out
  • Ensure that personal protective equipment has been provided if required
  • Ensure that you are provided with a safe system of work
  • Ensure any safety gear used are maintained and inspected

Faulty or defective work equipment, particularly in certain industries, can lead to the risk of a very serious accident occurring. If you have been injured at work due to defective or faulty equipment and would like to speak to our defective equipment solicitors about making a claim for defective machinery injury compensation call us on 0161 696 6235. Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form and we will contact you directly.

What is faulty equipment?

Faulty equipment are tools, machinery, devices, or any equipment that is defective, malfunctioning, or not operating as intended. It may have manufacturing defects, design flaws, inadequate maintenance, or other issues that pose a risk to the safety of workers. The use of faulty equipment in the workplace can lead to accidents, injuries, or damage to property.

What is a defective work equipment & machinery compensation claim?

A defective work equipment or machinery claim is a legal action filed by a worker who has been injured due to faulty equipment or machinery at their workplace. It seeks compensation for the damages caused by the defective equipment, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Why choose our defective equipment compensation claims solicitors?

If you have been injured due to defective work equipment or machinery, our team of expert solicitors are here to help you navigate the complex process of making a compensation claim. We understand that suffering an injury can be a traumatic experience, which is why our experienced personal injury professionals will support you every step of the way to ensure you receive the appropriate level of compensation.

Our commitment to providing excellent legal services has not gone unnoticed, as our team was awarded 'Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence Team of the Year' at the prestigious Manchester Legal Awards in 2022 and commended in The Times Best Law Firms 2019.

How to claim compensation for a faulty work equipment injury

Notify your employer immediately and provide details of the faulty equipment. Complete an incident report and seek medical attention if necessary. Keep records of any expenses incurred and follow your company's procedures for making a claim.

How much compensation do you get for defective work equipment claims?

The amount of compensation you can receive for faulty work equipment will depend on various factors, such as the severity of the injury or damage caused, the extent of the financial losses incurred, and the impact on your quality of life. The compensation may cover medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related costs. It is best to consult with a personal injury lawyer who can assess your case and provide an estimate of the potential compensation you may receive.

Contact our defective equipment compensation claims solicitors

If you believe you may be entitled to compensation for your accident or injury caused by faulty work equipment, get in touch with our team of experienced solicitors today. Whether your case involves faulty work equipment or any other type of personal injury, we are here to help. Call us on 0161 696 6235 or fill out our online enquiry form to get started.

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