Catastrophic Personal Injury Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Defective Farming Equipment

Farming is a way of life in West Texas and New Mexico. The men and women who keep us fed and clothed rely on the safety and reliability of an array of farm equipment, including tractors, balers, mowers and other machinery. When a piece of farm equipment malfunctions and causes an accident, the result can be devastating injuries and even death.

The law firm of McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf has worked with farmers across West Texas and New Mexico for more than 80 years, so we know the importance of farm equipment safety. We represent victims of farm equipment accidents and their families to help them seek justice and compensation for their serious injuries or death.

Our defective farming equipment lawyers have the knowledge and experience to make a powerful and persuasive case before a judge or jury. Our attorneys have successfully litigated disputes in state and federal courts throughout the country. We are also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation and arbitration.

We are farm equipment accident attorneys with a reputation for integrity, a commitment to excellence, and deep roots in our community, going back for generations. Our goal is to help our clients succeed and prosper, long after their legal issues are resolved. By providing a full array of exceptional legal services to the businesses and individuals who make our community strong, we’re helping to ensure that West Texas and New Mexico remain a great place to call home.

Contact us to learn more about our representation of those who have been seriously injured or killed because of defective farming equipment.

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