Defective Fitness Equipment
Alabama Sports & Recreation Injury Attorneys Fight on Your Behalf
Under U.S. law, manufacturers, retailers, and distributors of fitness equipment must warn of the potential dangers that could result from using their equipment. In addition, they are obligated to immediately report known defects in their products to the Consumer Products Safety Commission. Gyms and fitness facilities are also expected to keep their fitness equipment in good working condition for their members. When any of these parties fail to live up to their responsibilities, the individuals who use fitness equipment, as well as innocent bystanders, are put at risk for personal injury.
Since day one, Cunningham Bounds has fought to uphold the rights of our clients and obtain the compensation they need in order to move forward from their present circumstances. Our Alabama sports and recreation injury lawyer team can help injured victims in their pursuit of compensation. We have obtained billions in verdicts and settlements on behalf of thousands of clients since 1958.
Providing legal solutions for our Injured clients! Call (251) 299-0101 to report your injury resulting from defective fitness equipment and let us evaluate your claim in a free consultation.
Common Injuries Resulting from Defective Fitness Equipment
Defective fitness equipment can seriously injure an individual. Cunningham Bounds, LLC can thoroughly investigate the circumstances leading up to your accident and hold any negligent parties responsible.
Common injuries from exercise equipment include:
- Muscle pulls and strains
- Injured shoulders
- Injured Knees
- Fingertip amputations
- Wrist dislocation or sprain
- Shin splints
Speak with an Alabama Sports & Recreation Injury Lawyer Today!
Lawsuits relating to defective fitness equipment are often challenging and can involve several issues such as product liability, negligence, or breach of warranty. Things are further complicated because injured parties have a limited amount of time to file suit and need to take action as soon as possible. If you have been injured due to defective fitness equipment, speak with one of our Alabama sports and recreation injury attorneys who specialize in the laws surrounding defective products.
Contact us! Schedule a free case evaluation today by calling our office at (251) 299-0101.