Nashville Man Killed By Equipment in Construction Accident

According to WKRN-TV, a worker was killed in a construction accident on Franklin Limestone Road in Nashville on September 21.

The network reported that a 44-year-old man died at Southland Brick and Block while operating a piece of equipment. Metro Police are still investigating the incident. Investigators said that it appears as though the victim leaned over the equipment, into a dangerous zone and was crushed by the machine as it was pushing a piece of block onto a conveyor belt.

The victim’s coworkers allegedly attempted to perform CPR on him, but he died at the scene of the incident.

Holding an Employer Liable Following a Workplace Accident

As we reported in this April blog, if your loved one is ever killed in a workplace accident, in addition to any formal investigation that is conducted by authorities, you should have an independent investigation conducted by our Nashville workplace accident attorney.

As the family member of a workplace accident victim, you may be able to hold an employer liable via a wrongful death or personal injury lawsuit. While a lawsuit will not bring your loved one back, it can help you pay for debts associated with his or her loss, as well as provide you with damages relating to your pain and suffering.

If your loved one has died in a workplace or construction accident, you can contact our Nashville injury attorney now by using the live chat option located on this page or by calling the number listed above.

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