Illinois Man Sues Company Over Brain Injury
Posted on June 25th, 2009 by Zane Cagle
In July 2007, the plaintiff sustained a traumatic head injury when the arm of a telescoping crane suddenly broke while he was working. When the crane broke, it dropped its load of floor trusses, causing some of them to ricochet off other materials and strike him in the head and chest. As a result of the accident, the plaintiff claims he has suffered severe psychological changes and required reconstruction surgery to his face and sinuses. Almost two years after the accident, he is neither unable to return to work nor engage in ordinary daily activity. In his construction accident lawsuit, he named the company whose employees operated the crane and the company responsible for the crane malfunction. Sustaining an injury while on the job can result in severe and even permanent damage, as well as lost wages and medical expenses.
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