Farm machinery and farming equipment are involved in serious injuries and
deaths every year. The consequences devastate families, threaten farming
operations, leave bank lenders with problem loans and can leave whole
Handling complex personal injury and death cases in farm settings requires
ag finance, and family dynamics must be considered and dealt with collectively.
farm accidents resulting in injury or death involve machinery such as tractors.
- Tractors contribute to 32% of the deaths
- Tractors contribute to 6% of non-fatal injuries
Top causes of tractor-related fatalities are overturns (54%), runovers
(24%) and highway incidents (13%).
In 2013, vehicular farming equipment (such as tractors) were involved in
62 reported Nebraska traffic crashes. 4 of these crashes resulted in fatality.
Another 13 resulted in injury.
Domina Law Group has handled farm injury and fatality cases involving
- Tractors and Tractor Turn-Overs
- Harvesting Equipment
- Augers and Automated Equipment
- Power Takeoffs and Rotating Shafts
- Irrigation Equipment
- Waste Disposal Pits and Systems
- Milking Machines and Equipment
- Electrical Equipment and Electrocution
- Chemicals, Sprayers and Chemical Applicators
- Grain Bin Deaths
- Chemical Burns
- Tractor Rollover
- Methane Explosion
- Hog Confinement Death
- Hog Confinement Fire
- Farm Electrocution
- Farm Injury Quadriplegic
The firm seeks issues and investigations involving farm, ranch, equipment
and livestock injuries and deaths.
Domina Law Group pc llo is a group of trial lawyers with cases for disadvantaged
and injured persons and their families across the United States. The firm
provides trial services in courtrooms before judges and juries on a recurrent
basis, and is recognized by its peers as one of the nation’s most
aggressive trial practices. The firm’s verdicts and cases include
dozens of million dollar, several multimillion dollar verdicts, and one
verdict for more than $1.2 billion. Domina Law Group lawyers currently
have cases pending in nearly half the states in the nation and in federal
courts from coast to coast and border to border.