Bucks County Defective Equipment Injury Attorney

Your employer has a duty to ensure that equipment you work with at your job is safe to use and free of defect and malfunction. When heavy machinery breaks on a construction site, for instance, a serious injury can result, changing lives and ending careers.

If you were injured when a piece of work equipment proved defective, or a loved one was killed when equipment malfunctioned — and your employer's insurer or the product manufacturer have failed to recognize your situation — you have rights that must be protected.

As your workers' compensation attorney, Joseph DeRita of the Law Offices of Joseph DeRita in Jamison investigates the cause of your workplace accident and strives to obtain the wage and medical benefits you deserve. This quest for justice for Pennsylvania workers has been his mission and passion for 25 years of successful personal injury and workplace injury practice.

Work injuries due to equipment malfunction can include crush injuries, loss of use, loss of limb, scars and disfigurement and catastrophic injury to the brain and spinal cord. No matter how extensive the physical and financial damage you have suffered, it is essential that you have strong representation from an experienced workers' comp attorney serving Allentown, Bucks County, Schuylkill County and the Lehigh Valley.

Contact our skilled law offices today to arrange your free consultation. Our attorney can visit you at your home or hospital room if your recovery prevents travel.

You Can Trust Doylestown Work Equipment Accident Lawyer Joseph DeRita's Big-City Experience, Small-Town Values And 25 Years' Experience

A number of parties may be liable for damages when defective work equipment causes a serious accident. The manufacturer, product designer, maintenance company or installer could potentially be considered responsible for what happened to you.

The Law Offices of Joseph DeRita has handled a number of cases involving defective power tools and heavy equipment, collapsing scaffolding, crane collapses and building collapses. Our lawyer conducts a full investigation of your accident to identify those who should be held accountable for your lost income, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. These quality legal services come to you on a contingency fee basis — you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.

Discuss your work injury with Bucks County defective equipment injury lawyer Joseph DeRita in a free initial consultation. Contact our law firm by toll-free call to or by email. We will provide a complete review of your case, answer your questions and help you understand the workers' compensation legal process.

Law Offices of Joseph DeRita

1753 Kendarbren Drive, Suite 621
Jamison, PA 18929
Phone: 215-491-1900
Fax: 215-491-1905
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Philadelphia office

325 Chestnut Street, Suite 710
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: 215-491-1900
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Shenandoah office

338 West Lloyd Street
Shenandoah, PA 17976
Phone: 215-491-1900
Fax: 215-491-1905
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