Kizzia & Johnson, PLLC and The Law Offices of Don Tittle, PLLC are accepting claims from people who have suffered from thumb injuries, finger injuries, or hand injuries by a Barnett crossbow. These include injuries by a Jackal, Ghost, Razr, Buck Commander, Quad, Wildcat, and/or Raptor. If you or someone you know has been injured by a Barnett crossbow, you may have an opportunity to recover monetary damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering, disfigurement, emotional distress, and punitive damages. We currently represent dozens of hunters in multiple states who have been injured as a result of defective crossbows. Our defective crossbow lawyers and legal team are dedicated to holding manufacturers of poorly designed crossbows accountable. For years, Barnett crossbows were designed, manufactured, and sold without thumb or finger guards. Even as many manufacturers of crossbows began installing thumb and finger guards, Barnett continued to sell crossbows without adequate safety guards. As a result, countless individuals (many first time enthusiasts) have sustained, and continue to sustain, serious injuries including amputations of fingers and thumbs. To date, Barnett Crossbows has yet to recall any of their hundreds of thousands of defective, unsafe, and poorly designed products. Among Barnett’s most popular selling crossbows, the Jackal is marketed toward the beginner, entry-level hunter. Perhaps because it is often held like a rifle, a user’s thumb or fingers can easily extend above the string line, and, when fired, are sometimes maimed or even amputated by the extreme force generated when the string is released. Even the experienced hunter could become confused after reading Barnett's user's manual since hand placement is not adequately explained.Attorneys at
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