Posted on Aug 27, 2010
Recently, a New Jersey jury awarded nearly $19 million to three different construction workers that suffered severe worksite-related injuries when the scaffolding that was perched above them collapsed, causing one plaintiff to sustain comminuted fractures of his right leg that required 3 corrective surgeries, a second plaintiff to sustain fractures to his jaw, eye sockets and nose, as well as herniated discs in his lower back, and a crush injury to his foot, and the third plaintiff to fracture several vertebrae in his back, as well as fractures to the right ankle and leg.

 

Jonathan Cooper
Connect with me
Non-Compete, Trade Secret and School Negligence Lawyer