One hurt, one dead after fall from ladder

A 51 year-old man has died and a 48 year-old man is injured after they both fell from a ladder earlier this month in Brandon Township, Michigan. The two men were on the ladder as they tried to climb to the roof of a two-story building when the accident occurred.

The 51 year-old man fell and hit several electrical wires, which electrocuted and killed him. His co-worker was shocked by the fall, but he was alert and conscious when emergency crews arrived.

They were both rushed to a nearby hospital where the older man died. Michigan OSHA will investigate the scene to determine the cause of the accident.

If you or someone you love has been electrocuted while on the job, contact the electrocution attorneys of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. at 877-327-2600 today.

Construction worker electrocuted at work

A 23 year-old construction worker is in the hospital with serious injuries after he overextended the forklift he was operating and hit a power line. A police officer was able to perform CPR and resuscitate man, who was electrically shocked.

A second construction worker was also sent to the hospital when he was injured trying to put out the fire on the forklift. He suffered minor burns and was treated at the scene. Electricity in the neighborhood and nearby school was out for remainder of the afternoon.

Emergency responders say the forklift operator was breathing on his own while he was transported to the hospital.

If you or someone you love has been electrocuted while on the job, contact the Des Moines electrocution lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. at 877-327-2600.

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