A: You may have a case. There is no way to know for sure unless a qualified injury and accident lawyer listens to all the facts. In general, the injuries and damages must be significant enough to warrant filing a lawsuit. In addition, multiple types of claims may be made, including product liability claims, negligence claims and/or workers’ compensation claims. Some of the parties generally sued in nail gun accident cases include: nail gun manufacturers, nail gun distributors, contractors, and subcontractors.
One of the most common claims which can be made in a nail gun accident case is a products liability or dangerous product claim. Such a claim may be based on any one or more of the following theories: defective design, manufacturing defect or failure to warn.
Access our free legal article to find more information about common claims made in nail gun accident lawsuits.
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