Farming isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s hard work in the fields and off, and there are daily risks and challenges. The legal team at BB&C admires your courage and determination. We’re here to protect you, your family, and your farm.
We recently represented an area farmer and his family after they endured a horrific experience. The farmer was gassed by a co-op’s faulty anhydrous fertilizer tank, leaving him with lifelong injuries. The co-op blamed the farmer, who was innocently trying to go about a day’s work. BB&C was honored to step in and help.
We refused to give up, spending years doing intense research, engaging expert engineers, and analyzing what really happened. And just as hard work should, it paid off. The farmer and his family received a settlement of well over half a million dollars, leaving them with secure financial safety nets for their future.
Allies for the farming community
If you’re facing a farm accident injury, the last thing you should have to worry about is your legal representation. You should be freed up to heal and keep your farm in good working order. We’ll walk alongside you, explaining the legal process in clear, understandable ways. And we’ll fight tirelessly to secure the best possible legal outcome for you.
Whether you’re dealing with injuries from equipment malfunction, tank blowout, toxic drift, chemical burns, or an accident related to an auger, tractor, silo, picker, or grain bin, we’re here for you.
We’re proud to live in such an agriculturally-rich area, and we want to assist farmers in good times and in bad. Here are just a few other ways that we can help:
- Farm injury/accidents
- Estate planning
- Business disputes
- Land ownership & lease issues
- Land use/zoning
Want to know more about how we can help? Contact the attorneys at BB&C.
We’re happy to sit down with you for a no-obligation, free consultation.
Reach out to Kyle Mandeville at 765-742-9066.
The content of this blog is intended to be general and informational in nature. It is advertising material and is not intended to be, nor is it, legal advice to or for any particular person, case, or circumstance. Each situation is different, and you should consult an attorney if you have any questions about your situation.