Lexington Farming Accident Lawyer
Protect Your Loved Ones with Goeing Goeing & McQuinn PLLC
In order to keep up with the large demands on farmers in the United States, farmers use large equipment and heavy machinery in order to help them do their job. Unfortunately, the same machinery that is supposed to help them has the potential to seriously harm them as well. Other injuries may not be due to farm equipment, but to other activities taking place on a farm, such as a hay ride or other recreational event. Whatever you face, make sure that your rights and interests are being upheld by a skilled Lexington farming accident attorney from Goeing Goeing & McQuinn PLLC.
With more than four decades of combined experience and extensive resources, our firm is able to handle a wide variety of cases related to farming accidents and injuries. Due to our established reputation for hard work, professionalism, and integrity, many of our cases are referrals.
To learn more about your legal options, reach out to a Lexington farming accident attorney by calling (859) 534-9327! We offer free case evaluations.
Common Farming Accidents
While many farming injuries are simply the result of an unfortunate accident, others may be due to the negligence or oversight of another.
The following are some of the most common accidents on a farm:
- Tractor Overturns: Many farmers are killed or injured each year due to a tractor rollover.
- Farm Structure Falls: Many farmers are injured or killed due to falls from equipment, ladders, grain bins, and more. Others are injured by falling objects.
- Entanglement in Farm Machines: Machines can result in dangerous injuries if a farmer’s limb or clothing becomes entangled in the parts.
- Suffocation-Related Accidents: A farmer may pass out and suffocate from the lack of oxygen in a grain bin or enclosed area with silo gas or manure gas.
In some cases, these injuries may warrant a claim and pursuit of compensation. An employer or a manufacturer could be at fault for your injuries or the death of a loved one.