New Milford, CT (June 7, 2019) – On June 7, at approximate 6 p.m., police and emergency crews responded to the scene of a work incident at the New Milford Block and Supply located at 574 Danbury Road.
According to reports, a worker was discovered inside of a conveyor belt system that is used to move cement blocks throughout the facility. The worker sustained fatal injuries in the incident and was pronounced deceased at the scene.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our deepest condolences go out to the family of the victim killed in this tragic incident.
Workplace Accidents In Connecticut
Every day, millions of people across Connecticut go to their place of employment. Generally, workplaces are safe locations where people go to perform various tasks for a salary. In some cases, unsafe work conditions leave workers vulnerable to sustaining serious injuries. Sadly, numerous victims end up dying as a result of injuries sustained on the job. In cases where workers lose their lives due to unsafe work conditions or negligence, it is crucial for surviving relatives to contact a wrongful death attorney in Connecticut as soon as possible.
For over twenty-five years, Connecticut personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Paul Levin have helped countless victims, and their families, get the justice and compensation they deserve. Our knowledgeable workplace accident attorneys in Connecticut understand the difficulties families face in the aftermath of fatal incidents, which is why we work so hard to ensure their legal rights are protected. If your loved one died in a work accident, contact our law firm today at (866) 322-5302 to schedule a free case evaluation to explore legal options available for you.
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Disclaimer: As active members in our local and statewide communities, we are saddened by these accidents and our hearts go out to the friends, family, and victims affected by them. Our intent in these posts is to raise awareness in our community of the dangers involved in these activities and to hopefully prevent future injuries. This information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should always speak with an experienced legal professional about your case.