Pursuing Compensation for Injured Hunters
At Friday & Cox LLC, our lawyers take pride in representing hunters injured in tree stand accidents. Attorney Peter Friday is an avid hunter who understands the sport and the equipment involved. You can be confident you will be represented by someone who knows exactly what you are talking about.
More importantly, you can be confident you will be represented by an aggressive product liability attorney willing to take action against manufacturers responsible for tree stand defects and serious injuries. Our law firm has more than 75 years of combined experience taking on at-fault manufacturers. Contact our law firm to learn how we can apply our years of experience and legal skills to your benefit.
Proving Fault Against At-Fault Manufacturers
Our Pittsburgh product liability lawyers represent deer hunters in cases involving defective tree stands based on poor designs or manufacturing defects. We have also product default cases in which the failure was not the result of the design, but of the flimsy materials used to construct the tree stand. We are committed to holding manufacturers accountable when their shortcuts endanger the lives of hunters.
Just because a tree stand is made out of strong materials and is carefully designed does not mean it is safe. Manufacturers have a responsibility to provide accurate and clear instructions. Similarly, it is the manufacturer’s duty to provide warnings of any hazards associated with assembly or use of the tree stand. With more than 75 years of combined experience on our side, we have handled many cases involving tree stand accidents that could have been prevented if a manufacturer had fulfilled these simple duties.
Contact Our Pennsylvania Tree Stand Accident Attorneys for a Free Consultation
For a free initial consultation with a Pennsylvania defective tree stand attorney, call 412-668-4491 or contact us online. We have the skills and legal resources to protect your best interests at every turn possible. All of our cases are handled on a contingency basis. This means you will owe us nothing, unless we obtain a full financial recovery for you.