You Have a Right to Be Safe at Work
Every year, industrial accidents injure and kill thousands of workers in America. Equipment designers and manufacturers are required by law to sell safe products. Shortcuts and manufacturing defects often result in serious accidents.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury at work because of an industrial accident on the job, you may be entitled to recover more than just workers' compensation.
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Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman has been fighting on the side of workers throughout the Kansas City region and central plains states for more than sixty years. Our team of trial attorneys is ready to help you fight for maximum money damages against every party that is liable for your injury or wrongful death claim.
Contact us to discuss your personal injury or wrongful death claim.
"We have a strong record of verdicts and settlements against product manufacturers and property owners who behave negligently toward the safety of American workers." — Partner, John Parisi
We provide vigorous representation for victims and families of industrial accidents, such as:
- Explosions and fires
- Construction site accidents
- Oil and gas field accidents
- Exposure to toxic chemicals, environmental accidents
- Defective manufacturing equipment
- Insufficient training
- Improper labels and warning hazards
What If You Weren't Doing Everything Exactly Right?
Many victims of industrial accidents worry because they may not have been following precise instructions when the accident occurred. Equipment designers and manufacturers are required to design and build their products to be safe under reasonable use, even if the worker wasn't following exact operating instructions. We work with independent professionals to help us investigate and prepare the strongest possible evidence that you are entitled to recover money damages.
Contact us to discuss your industrial accident injury or wrongful death claim right away. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.