Kansas City, Missouri Attorneys for Farm-Equipment Accidents

Farm-Equipment Accidents, Injury and Death

Modern farming involves the use of a wide range of heavy-duty equipment, machinery and tools. When an accident occurs, the consequences are too often disfiguring, disabling or even fatal. If you or a family member have been hurt in one of these accidents, it is essential to speak with an attorney able to determine whether an equipment manufacturing defect or someone else's reckless actions justify legal action.

At The Redfearn Law Firm, we have been helping people recover just compensation in personal injury and wrongful death litigation since 1984. We have successfully resolved agriculture-related claims involving combines, anhydrous ammonia sprayers, and other equipment. In our active product liability practice, we have developed a network of qualified experts that prove invaluable in seeking justice and a fair recovery.

Our lawyers will treat you with care and seek answers about the real cause or causes of a serious farming accident. We are well-equipped to assist with accidents involving:

  • Tractor rollover, other type of equipment crash, auto-vs.-tractor collision or truck accident;

  • Lack of proper guards or lockout mechanisms, electrical defects or other design or manufacturing problems with a machine or tool;

  • Toxic exposure, chemical or electrical burns, electrocution, loss of limb or other catastrophic injuries ; and

  • Fatal farm accidents that may require the filing of a wrongful death lawsuit.

Please call our firm or contact us online for the legal counsel you need. We are compassionate professionals who will empathize with the pain, grief and financial adversity you are facing after a serious farming accident. We will prioritize recovering all the compensation you deserve — and we also consistently strive to expose product dangers and protect others from accidents like those our clients have endured.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. Missouri Supreme Court Rule 4-7.1.