Farming Accidents

At Champ Law, we believe in fighting for your right to a safe working environment. In New England, that includes a large farming community. Employers have a legal obligation to keep their employees free from injury, but accidents happen every day that result in serious injury and even death. Workers' compensation can be helpful in providing some money and benefits, but disability payments, especially in the long term, can be very minimal. In addition, workers' compensation does not cover pain and suffering or provide for damages in cases of employer negligence.

In these cases, you need an experienced attorney who understands your rights and can get you the results you're entitled to, both within the workers' compensation system and beyond. We can help you receive compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, insurance expenses, loss of current and future wages and more. Call us at our office any time for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.

Here are a few things to ask when considering a farming accident injury claim in Western Massachusetts or Northern Connecticut:

What Caused The Farming Accident?

At Champ Law, our experienced Massachusetts and Connecticut attorneys can assist with cases involving every facet of farming accidents and other on-the-job and workplace injuries.

While most employers follow guidelines for inspecting and maintaining equipment, there are some who overlook maintenance schedules and disregard worker concerns. This can lead to malfunctions that endanger worker

Common farming accidents in Massachusetts are caused by:

  • Faulty equipment
  • Improper safety warnings or training
  • Electricians
  • Employer negligence
  • Animal attacks
  • Third party misconduct

Who Was At Fault?

A major part of receiving compensation in a farming accident claim is not just demonstrating that you were not at fault, but also proving who was at fault.

  • Corporations and business owners
  • Product manufacturers
  • Employers
  • Co-workers

What Can You Do About It?

If you believe you have grounds for a farming accident lawsuit, you could be entitled to compensation. This can include damages for your pain and suffering, as well as coverage for medical expenses, future wages and lost wages. To find out if you have a case, call the experienced personal injury attorneys at Champ Law today for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.