Potato diggers, harvesters and planters are machines that help farmers harvest potatoes. These machines use digging blades to cut the potatoes from the ground. They also have a rotating drum that harvests the potatoes. Finally, they have a planter that helps put the potatoes in sacks or boxes.
There are many different types of accidents that can happen while working with potatoes. Potatoes can be dug from the ground, harvested from the field, or planted in the ground. In all cases, there is a potential for an accident to occur.
Here are some of the most common potatodigger, harvester and planter accident types:
Potato Diggers: Potato diggers are machines that use hydraulic pressure to dig potatoes out of the ground. This type of machine is usually very dangerous because it can easily knock people down or cause them to be pulled into the machinery. There have been numerous reports of injuries and even deaths from potato diggers over the years.
Harvesters: Harvesters are machines used to cut down large crops like wheat or corn. They are also used to harvest potatoes, and use a number of different blades to chop the crop up into small pieces. This type of machine can be very dangerous if it runs out of control. Injuries have been reported where people have been chopped in half or their arms have been amputated as a result of an uncontrolled harvester.
Planters: Planters are used to plant potatoes in the ground. They use a number of different tools to plant the potatoes but can easily overturn if the ground beneath them is wet or icy, injuring people who are underneath.
If you have been injured by a potato digger, harvester, or planter, you should contact an attorney. These machines can be very dangerous and if you are not properly protected, you may be able to file a lawsuit. An attorney can help you understand the law and protect your rights.