Power Tool Accident Law Library

The following articles, frequently asked questions, news articles and blogposts are provided by our Pennsylvania and New Jersey power tool and defective product accident lawyers. They are for information only. Prior to making any decisions about your case, it is vital to contact an experienced, knowledgeable defective product accident lawyer.

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Recent Power Tool Accident Case Results:

  • $1 Million – Power tool misfired, striking user in the eye, causing permanent vision loss
  • $925,000 – Power tool misfired, striking user in the eye, causing permanent vision loss

About Our Power Tool Accident Lawyers

Our lawyers have handled power tool defective product cases with much success. Please contact our office to discuss your potential power tool accident case. 800-220-7600

Our lawyers are licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and have the resources to handle matters as special counsel in states across the country.

What Former Clients Have to Say About Our Lawyers:

“Jeff Laffey’s representation of myself and my fellow plaintiffs was nothing short of excellence. Jeff’s charm and wit were quickly shelved for diligence and tenacity when appropriate and necessary. Jeff’s efforts resulted in an extremely fair settlement. I have and will continue to recommend Jeff to all potential clients.” Jim McGarrity Philadelphia Carpenters’ Union, Local 465

“I would like to thank Brian and his staff for making this process as stress-free and painless as they could. I would highly recommend Brian Kent to handle any workplace safety accident case.” – Joe

*Disclaimer: The lawyers at Laffey, Bucci & Kent provide quality legal advice to individuals after accepting their case. No attorney-client relationship is created by this website. Nothing on this site is intended to provide legal advice. Because every case is unique, discussion of prior outcomes and settlements in past cases is no guarantee of a similar outcome in current or future cases.