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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Industrial Accident in Lakeville, Minnesota Kills One
A 49-year-old Minnesota man has died from operating industrial equipment on June 21, 2009. The victim was working at a local Stone and Soil company when he fell into an auger and was killed instantly.
The police report states that the man was working on feeding mulch into a hopper for the auger when the auger became jammed. While investigating the clogged auger, the man fell into the machine. At the moment it is unknown whether or not it was the auger or an unsafe workplace caused the death
Workplace accidents occur all the time and they don’t always result in such tragedies. For many accident victims, traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and other injuries can lead to huge medical bills and even loss of work.
When you are injured while at work, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries. This can help you pay for medical bills and cover any wages lost while you recover.
If your workplace is denying you’re the money you need after being injured at work, you can file a personal injury lawsuit against them to gain the compensation you need. For families who have lost a loved one from a workplace accident, a wrongful death lawsuit can help cover medical and funeral costs.
Please contact an experienced personal injury attorney in your area today to find out if you can gain the compensation you need.
posted by Evan Langsted at 3:14 PM
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