Concrete Saw Accidents

A concrete saw is a power tool used to cut concrete, masonry, brick, asphalt, tile, and other solid materials and comes in a variety of sizes, from hand-held to walk-behind models, and they may be powered by gasoline, an electric motor, or hydraulic/pneumatic pressure. By their nature, concrete saws can be extremely dangerous, especially when they are used improperly or have defective parts. 

If you have been injured in a concrete saw accident, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation. We are a Chicago-based injury law firm representing individuals (and their families) who have suffered an injury in an accident. We will handle your case quickly and advise you every step of the way, and we will not hesitate to go to trial for you. Lastly, Agruss Law Firm, LLC is not paid attorneys’ fees unless we win your case. Our no-fee promise is that simple. You have nothing to risk when you hire us – only the opportunity to seek justice. 

Common Defects in Concrete Saws

Concrete saws typically come with a number of safety features including a saw-stop device, kickback dog, and safety guard. While they may be present on a saw, they can also fail, causing serious and deadly injuries.

The most common defects in concrete saws include: 

  • Defective blade-If the saw blade is defective it can shatter and send debris into the worker and anyone in the vicinity of the saw.
  • Defective safety guard-If a safety guard fails, the worker’s hand could slip and come into contact with the blade, resulting in lacerations and amputation.
  • Kickback dog failure-A kickback dog is intended to prevent the material being worked with from being propelled back at the worker using the concrete saw. When the kickback dog fails, the material becomes a projectile that can cause serious head, brain, face, and neck injuries.
  • Altered concrete saw-If a concrete saw is altered after its purchase to increase productivity, the alterations can prevent the saw from working properly.

Common Concrete Saw Accident Injuries 

Severe lacerations and amputations are the most common type of injury in a concrete saw accident. Other types of concrete saw injuries include: 

  • Facial injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Crushed digits and/or limbs
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) 

Multiple parties could be found liable for concrete saw accidents, including the product manufacturer, anyone in the chain of distribution, and the employer who did not provide proper training or have altered the equipment.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries due to negligence on the job site or a defective product, an experienced personal injury lawyer can review your claim and determine if there were unsafe working conditions, potential OSHA violations, and other hazards that may have existed at the time of your accident. They will also determine who may be liable for your injuries and damages and what compensation you may be entitled to.

We at Agruss Law Firm are proud to serve our fellow citizens in personal injury cases, especially when you or a loved one has been injured, and we are fully committed to protecting your rights and ensuring that the other party is held legally accountable when negligence occurs. We will fight until the very end to ensure that you are fully compensated for all injuries and losses resulting from the accident, including medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering, and you won’t owe us a dime for our services. 

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Helping our clients is about counseling, advocating, and ultimately solving problems. With years of experience successfully representing the people, not the powerful, we will take care of the insurance adjusters, your medical bills, your property damage, your lost wages, and monitor your treatment so you can focus on healing and getting your life back to normal. Our unique formula has earned us over 900 outstanding client reviews on our website, an A+ BBB rating, and over 120 five-star reviews on Google.  Call 888-572-0176, e-mail us at [email protected], or schedule a meeting with us here. We’re here 24/7. 

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