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It may be difficult to find an attorney to bring a products liability suit against the manufacturer of the grinder considering the extent of the injuries you describe.
You may not have a target defendant given the situation you describe and it may be in your best interest to contact a workers compensation attorney.
I suggest you use the Find a Lawyer tool on this site and seek out a free consultation from a local attorney.
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We may not solicit. Either you handled this on your own and are now faced with a trial. Meaning the insurance carrier has not met your expectations. The other likelihood is that your former firm was relieved as your counsel. Either way there are issues that counsel will may to overcome.
Personal injury cases only; I'm good at it; you be the Judge! All information provided is for informational and educational purposes only. No attorney client relationship has been formed or should be inferred. Please speak with a local and qualified attorney. I truly wish you and those close to you all the best. Jeff
I agree with my colleagues. Hopefully if this is a work related injury, you have been or can receive workers compensation for these injuries. As to a lawsuit which is different from a workers compensation case, it is not clear from your post the basis for liability for that lawsuit. The fact that you were injured by an angle grinder although painful and difficult for you, does not mean that you have a case or that such a case would succeed. When you see an attorney in your area, you should bring all papers and documents you have, including a list of your doctors, any accident or incident reports, the pleadings and discovery from a lawsuit if you are looking to change counsel, and the angle grinder which hopefully you still have.
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Enter your city and search for the lawyers on Avvo in your area. There are many lawyers with 10.0 ratings. Check out their experience and find one that is right for your case. Your case is a products liability case, so make sure your lawyer has experience in that area. Good luck!
In order to file a lawsuit someone other than you has to be negligent in causing your injury. I would suggest you contact a firm in your area and discuss the facts of the case with them to see if you have a viable case.