Pennsylvania Nail Gun Injury Attorney

Nail guns (pneumatic nailers) are common, and potentially dangerous or even deadly, tools used on construction sites in Pennsylvania. Many nail guns lack the traditional “safety switch” present on every firearm. In addition, “contact tip” triggers, which allow the nail gun user to keep the trigger depressed and have the gun fire a nail whenever the tip is pressed down, make nail guns particularly dangerous.

Over the years, nail guns have caused numerous deaths and countless serious injuries including catastrophic eye and brain injuries.

If you have been injured in a nail gun accident, you may have a legal claim for compensation against the gun manufacturer for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability and scarring and disfigurement.

Tim Rayne prosecuted a case against a nail gun manufacturer in which his client had a 3½ inch nail fired into his chest while performing work on a Pennsylvania residential construction site. The lawsuit alleged that the nail gun was defective for failing to contain a “safety switch” and for using the notoriously dangerous “contact tip” trigger.

Tim Rayne focuses his entire law practice in Personal Injury Law and has been helping people who have been injured in accidents receive fair treatment and compensation from insurance companies for over 20 years.

You can contact Tim by phone (610.840.0124) or email to discuss how Tim can help you with a nail gun injury claim or click here to download a Free Copy of his Consumer Guide, “A Lawyer’s Guide to Personal Injury Cases.”


  1. April 10, 2021

    I was just injured by nail gun to the eye. Date 3 30 21 I would like to know if I have a case thank you. Mike adam

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