Were you were lifting weights or running on a treadmill when you were injured? Not sure what went wrong? Did you see the machine malfunction? Did a piece of the equipment fall off or break, when it wasn't supposed to?
First, don't blame yourself for your injuries. You may have a product liability case against the manufacturer, distributor, or supplier of the fitness equipment or machine that injured you.
Second, take pictures of the defective product and your injuries. If you used the equipment at home, search for the original packaging and purchase receipt. Follow your doctor's orders, and undergo treatment so you have medical records documenting your injuries.
And third, contact our Pennsylvania law firm for a no obligation, free legal consultation to find out if you have a case.
When you go the gym or buy a home fitness system, you trust that it's made well – no defects, recalls, or design flaws. While people don't have problems most of the time, occasionally a piece of equipment or machine is faulty.
Some of the most common types of defective fitness equipment include:
View a list of the most common types of defective fitness equipment.
If you were injured because you used a defective treadmill at the gym, or the stair machine you recently bought for your home was faulty, you probably have medical bills. You might have missed work. You're likely stressed – all because of a machine or piece of fitness equipment you thought would help improve your well-being. Instead, you're dealing with the financial, physical, mental, and emotional pain caused by injuries that shouldn't have happened.
Our accident attorneys know that you wish you could turn back the clock and erase everything you've been through. Unfortunately, that's not possible – but it is possible to get the compensation you need to pay your bills and move on with your life. We're ready to put over 30 years of experience to work for you and help you take back your life.
At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we have the experience, expertise, and resources needed to go up against the manufacturer, distributor, supplier, or anyone else at fault for your injuries. Since 1982, we've built a reputation for treating our clients with respect and keeping them in the loop throughout the legal process. Our attorneys are ready to fight for you and get you the compensation you deserve – no matter what it takes.
And remember, there's never a fee unless we get money for you. It's that simple, so you have nothing to lose.