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10 Industries with the Most Fatal Injuries Per Year in the US

At Swartz & Swartz P.C., we know that workplace accidents and fatalities happen and that some industries are more dangerous than others. By: James Swartz Managing & Principal Attorney - Car Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries, Contract and Business Litigation,

10 Industries with the Most Fatal Injuries Per Year in the US2021-09-29T10:35:24-04:00

Yale Senior From Scituate Dies In Lab Accident

A promising senior at Yale University from Scituate, Massachusetts, known for her brilliance and modesty, died on April 12, 2011, in a chemistry laboratory accident. In a statement disclosed by the school, Michelle Dufault died after “a terrible accident involving a piece of equipment in

Yale Senior From Scituate Dies In Lab Accident2021-04-17T06:26:35-04:00

Worksite Accident In Salem Kills Lynn Man

According to Salem Police, at approximately 12:20 on Saturday November 13, 2010, a Lynn man was struck on the head and killed by a 50 pound sandbag on 60 Washington Street, Salem, Massachusetts where a construction crew was working on the roof of a three

Worksite Accident In Salem Kills Lynn Man2021-04-15T14:13:39-04:00

Government Proposes $1.2 Million Fine In Deadly Plant Explosion

On October 25, 2010, federal labor officials proposed fining a gun and ammunition manufacturer $1.2 million. The government stated that two men who died in an explosion at the manufacturer’s Colebrook, New Hampshire facility weren't properly trained and had been feeding explosive powder into equipment

Government Proposes $1.2 Million Fine In Deadly Plant Explosion2021-04-17T11:13:19-04:00

Fall Kills Yankee Candle Worker

On August 19, 2010, a 24-year old worker died at the Yankee Candle Co. warehouse in Deerfield, Massachusetts. He was operating a forklift when he fell 30 feet to his death. Richard Tyson, of Springfield, Massachusetts was pronounced dead at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in

Fall Kills Yankee Candle Worker2021-04-16T15:11:50-04:00
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