A 42-year-old auto parts worker died after a heavy piece of equipment fell on him inside a Shelby Township plant in Michigan, March 21.
According to reports, Shelby Township fire and police responded to a 911 call from Mollertech, LLC, after one worker was killed when a five-ton die fell on him. The worker, whose anonymity was requested by his family, was reportedly working on an overhead crane when they heavy equipment fell on him.
Fire Chief James Swinkowski said the incident was still under investigation regarding whether there was a failure somewhere in the working process that lead to the fatal accident. Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration are set to release the cause of the incident at a later time.
Losing a loved one in a workplace accident is traumatic, and our attorneys at Ravid & Associates, P.C., send their thoughts to the family members and friends who have suffered from this tragic loss.
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At least three people died and several others were injured in multiple vehicle pileups on I-75 in Detroit due to an unexpected whiteout that blinded motorists in early February.
Step siblings Gabrielle Greenwood, 9, and Aidan Hicks, 7, instantly died in one of the crashes on the freeway. Their parents, Glen Greenwood and Kim Barrett, together with their 10-year-old sister Hannah were rushed to Detroit Receiving Hospital, where Kim was still in critical condition as of late last week. A website has been set up to raise funds for the medical expenses of the family.
According to reports, more than 40 cars and trucks were involved in the multiple car crash pileups near Springwells, Detroit. At least one was fatal, causing the death of 54-year-old Menelaos Manolis.
Losing loved ones unexpectedly can be extremely difficult and painful, and the thoughts of our entire team at Ravid & Associates, P.C., are with those who have suffered loss due to these accidents caused by inclement weather. nike air max bw nike air max bw nike air max bw
The sister of a Navy veteran who committed suicide by overdosing on her anti-psychotic medication has filed a $5 million wrongful death lawsuit against the hospital that prescribed the drug. According to the lawsuit, the veteran was prescribed Seroquel to treat her severe depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder upon returning from duty. She was first given a 30-day supply and then upgraded to a 60-day supply in 2010. However, upon her upgrade to a 60-day supply, the doctor then immediately gave her another 60-day batch.
Less than a month later, the woman ingested all or most of her 120-day supply of Seroquel and died. Her family claims the hospital was negligent in prescribing her so much of the medication because she had previously tried to commit suicide with Seroquel three times earlier that year. In 2009, the woman was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and considered a suicide risk.
The Daily Press reports that the family is also accusing the hospital of a standard of care breach when its employees prescribed the veteran a quadruple supply Seroquel. She also had a history of paranoid delusions in which she believed the CIA was watching her and taping her inside her house. The hospital has denied the accusations of negligence.
If the death of a family member or loved one was caused by the negligence or carelessness of another individual, you do not have to suffer through this difficult time alone. Filing a wrongful death lawsuit with the aid of an experienced attorney can help you ensure justice is served and that you are provided with the compensation you need. air max 97 air max 97 air max 97