The manufacturer, supplier, and seller of personal protective equipment has a duty to manufacture, supply, and sell the equipment in a safe condition or a condition safe for all foreseeable uses. It should contain no unsafe elements. If they fail to do so, and you are hurt, you may have a claim against them for your injuries and losses.
And, if your injury is on-the-job, you may be entitled not only to Workers’ Compensation benefits but also have the right to file a “third party” claim.
“Third party” liability includes a person or company who is not your employer. Often, third parties include general or sub-contractor, the manufacturer of defective or unsafe protective equipment, or any other type of third party who contributed to the injury because of misconduct or negligence.
If you or a loved one has been injured, we are happy to answer your questions and have one of our Philadelphia personal injury lawyers review your case for free. Please call us at 1-800-222-USWA (8792) or complete our short contact form and a member of our firm will contact you.
With offices in Philadelphia, Bethlehem, Lancaster and Reading, we serve clients throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. And, remember, there is no fee unless we recover for you.