The irony of being harmed by the very piece of equipment designed to keep you safe is a painful one on multiple levels. That said, our legal team is here to help fight for the compensation you need to get your life back. Contact a Texas defective safety equipment lawyer to learn more about these product liability claims and how Sahadi Legal Group can guide you through each phase of the claims process ahead.

Defective Safety Equipment Lawyer | Serving Clients in Texas

Our firm has a focus in representing victims of defective products, unlike many other personal injury law firms here in the state of Texas. We are prepared to use this focus to your benefit. All you need to do is reach out to a knowledgeable San Antonio, Texas defective product lawyer from our legal team today so we can start working on your case.

Safety Equipment Defects

As you may know, virtually any product or type of safety equipment can become defective in one way or another and lead to serious injuries as a result. Just some of the most common types of defective safety equipment we see are as follows:

  • Gloves
  • Respirators
  • Masks
  • Protective glasses or other protective eyewear
  • Gowns
  • Shoe and head covers
  • Harnesses
  • Hard-hats or helmets
  • Elbow or knee pads
  • (In motor vehicles) seat belts & airbags

Filing a Defective Product Claim

If you were hurt because safety equipment didn’t act as it should due to a defect, there is a strong chance you’ll have a valid product liability claim. However, to win such a claim, you’ll be required to prove that the equipment in question was the direct cause of your accident and subsequent injury. To prove as much, you’ll have to hire a defective safety equipment lawyer who can help you gather and present evidence. Often, one of the best types of evidence when filing a product liability claim is the product itself, which is why you should never throw a defective product away. We can also help you collect the following:

  • Video footage of your accident
  • Pictures of the accident/its aftermath
  • Medical documents
  • A copy of the police report (if police were called to the scene)
  • Witness testimony

Be sure to file your claim within two years of the date your accident occurred, in accordance with the state’s statute of limitations. Waiting longer than two years can permanently bar you from suing.

Contact a Product Liability Lawyer Today

Sahadi Legal Group has decades of experience representing clients who’ve been harmed by defective safety equipment and other unsafe products, and we would be honored to help you through the claims process as well. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.

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