High Winds Topple Wall, Kill Worker
Our attorneys and staff here at Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC were deeply saddened to hear that a worker was killed at the site of the Edgerton High School expansion project on Wednesday when a recently constructed wall blew over as a result of extremely high winds.
The identity of the worker has not yet been released, but authorities have provided that the cause of the accident were the extremely strong winds on Wednesday throughout the day. A burst of high wind blew the newly constructed 10-foot-tall wall over at around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday. The wall that led to the worker's death was a part of an addition to the high school that was initiated by the local school district to create additional classrooms for kindergarten through eighth grade classes. According to The National Weather Service, this paritcular gust of wind was a "microburst," but certainly not a tornado. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is currently investigating the accident in the hope of uncovering additional information regarding what happened on Wednesday.
If someone you know has been involved in an accident of any sort, and you believe that you may have a legitimate wrongful death claim against another person, then you are likely in need of substantial assistance. Our attorneys here at Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC have a variety of experiences with wrongful death actions and are ready and able to begin assisting you with litigating your claim. Call our office today by using our 24 hour toll-free number today at 800.637.8170 to request your free copy of "The Ohio Wrongful Death Book."
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