Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Union Laborer Recovers 1.9 Million for Head Injury

A union laborer in Chicago was working near an excavation for a footing for the CTA’s elevated tracks. An independent contractor hired by the CTA to assist in the excavation was operating a backhoe while digging the excavation. The man operating the backhoe swung the boom and bucket in the wrong direction violently striking the laborer in the chest. It knocked him forcefully to the ground and he suffered a severe head injury. Horwitz recovered 1.9 million for his injuries.

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