Legal ServicesInjuries From ProductsFarm Equipment Injuries


The family farm has been a staple of life in the State of Wisconsin since it was founded. While people less familiar with farming might assume it is not very dangerous work, those who have worked on farms know better.

The physical demand alone can be difficult for farmers, but working with defective equipment adds a new level of danger to the job. Farmers, both family and corporate, depend on their machinery to function properly. When machinery malfunctions due to defects, the resulting injuries can be devastating.


Depending on the size of the farm, a variety of equipment may be used to complete the daily farming tasks. Some examples of defective farming equipment include:

  • Defective equipment design
  • Defective Conveyor Belts
  • Defective tires on equipment
  • Tractor rollovers
  • Defective engines
  • Defective Balers
  • Defective Mowers


Negligent manufacturers should be held responsible for the products and equipment that they sell to farmers. Seeking legal representation is the first step in fighting for your rights if you have been injured due to a manufacturers negligence.

At Habush Habush & Rottier we listen to your story and help you determine if you are eligible to receive a settlement.


Speak with a dedicated defective farm equipment attorney today to learn more about your legal options following an injury. Contact our office by calling 800-2-HABUSH (800-242-2874) to schedule a free initial consultation.


In the event that you are ever injured by defective or malfunctioning farming equipment, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as you can. The defective product needs to be prescribed and examined. There are also specific deadlines that apply to defective products.

Depending on the severity of your injury, if you are hurt by defective farm equipment or machinery, you could be facing significant short-term and long-term costs.

In addition to any immediate medical expenses you may incur, you could also be facing long-term rehabilitation costs, prescription drug costs, and potentially therapy or counseling for any emotional damage you have suffered.

Unfortunately, most people do not have the money on hand to pay for all of these unforeseen expenses, so pursuing compensation through legal action is essential for those injured by defective farm equipment or machinery.

If you were injured because of defective or malfunctioning farm equipment, you may be able to take legal action against the party responsible for the defect in question. Determining liability for a farm equipment defect can be a complicated process, however, an experienced product liability attorney can investigate your situation and help you determine the party responsible for your unnecessary pain and suffering.