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Where Does a Family Turn After a Fatal Work Accident?

What happens when a work-related accident turns fatal? 


A construction worker who was sawing through cement to remove an in ground pool in Troy died Wednesday when he lost control of his cement saw.

The employee, who has not been identified, was working at a home in the 600 block Sylvanwood Drive Wednesday to remove the pool when he lost control of the saw and it cut into his throat, killing the man.

Joe Lew owns the home and contracted the company to come out and do the work. He told FOX 2 that he didn't even know about the accident until Thursday.

What an incredibly unfortunate accident that will leave a family grieving, shaken, and looking for answers. Where does this family go after suffering through something like this?

Eric, Randy, and Sarah will guide your informed decisions in pursuit of the maximum compensation you deserve, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost future earnings of the deceased
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of companionship

Eric, Randy, and Sarah will work with the grieving family to make sure all your rightful benefits are granted.

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