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Friday, June 12, 2009
Victim of Construction Accident Dies at Walmart
An HVAC construction worker died in a construction accident at a Kansas Walmart on June 4, 2009. According to the accident report, the man fell off a ladder and hit the concrete floor with his head. No one saw the actual construction accident occur, but the man was found bleeding from the head on the floor.
The HVAC worker was working for a subcontractor for the Walmart and was applying sealant to the ceiling of the building when he fell from the ladder. As soon as coworkers found the man on the floor they rushed him to the hospital, but it was too late, and the man pronounced dead upon arrival.
The hospital staff reported to authorities that the man died from severe brain injuries after the fall off the ladder. In situations like this, a construction accident attorney is essential. As more evidence is discovered, the family may find out that another party is liable for the wrongful death of their loved one.
With an experienced wrongful death attorney, you can recover compensation for your loved ones death, medical bills, and even lost wages. Please contact an experienced wrongful death attorney in your area today to schedule your initial consultation.
posted by Evan Langsted at 8:44 AM
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