Injuries from Lawn Mower Accidents

Lawn mowers are a part of life for many families. From a weekend chore to a major landscaping job, lawn mowers are intended to be a labor saving tool. More frequently than most people realize, however, they can also injure, maim or even cause death. Although you would expect that lawn mower manufacturers would include common sense safety features that would prevent such injuries, this is not always the case.

The most common injuries involve rocks or other hard objects being thrown out from the blades that impact and damage someone’s body, limbs or eyes. Catastrophic injuries or even death can be caused by rollovers or backing up a mower while the blades are still cutting, resulting in broken bones, lacerations, and even accidental amputation. If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt or killed in a lawn mower accident, you should call retain the skilled representation of knowledgeable attorney at The Medler Law Firm as soon as possible.

What can I do if I have been injured?

If your lawn mower accident or injury was the result of another person’s negligence or you suspect a manufacturing defect, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your injuries. The lawyers at our firm have over 50 years of combined experience in all types of personal injury cases, and we are dedicated to serving your interests through strategic and aggressive representation of your case.

Meet with one of our caring and skilled attorneys to receive a free consultation, and we will discuss all the circumstances of your lawn mower accident to determine your best course of action. When your accident and injuries are not your fault, you should not be expected to pay all the medical bills or other expenses caused by another’s negligence. It is important that you contact our offices quickly, as such accidents must be reported and acted on in a certain time frame to allow legal action to be successfully pursued.

If you or your loved one suffered a lawn mower injury anywhere in California or near any of these cities & communities, call us right now for a no-obligation case review. You may be entitled to negligence-based compensation.

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