Denver, CO (June 5, 2020) – A workplace accident on Thursday claimed one man’s life in Denver. On June 4, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of a workplace accident at 1001 West 52nd Avenue. Reports from the ACSO indicate that a male worker was performing duties of his job at the Mountain Reload when he became involved in an industrial accident.
Though details surrounding the incident remain unclear, the man suffered fatal injuries in the accident. Emergency crews responded to the scene of the accident and began investigating. Mountain Reload, also known as Great Lakes Reload, is a company that specializes in trans-loading steel and bulk materials, warehousing and outdoor storage, as well as processing heavy metals.
At this time, police and other agencies are continuing to uncover the circumstances surrounding the accident. Our deepest condolences go out to the family of the worker who lost his life in this accident.
Fatal Workplace Accidents in Colorado
Each year, more than 5,250 people across the United States die from injuries suffered on the job. More than 75 of fatally-injured workers are here in Colorado. The industrial industry accounts for the vast majority of workplace fatalities in Colorado and throughout the United States. The uncertain conditions of these workplaces leave workers vulnerable to unexpected obstacles they face day in and day out.
Workplace accidents are particularly devastating because they leave families to face overwhelming mental and emotional consequences. Additionally, families often lose a source of income they have grown to depend on. When workers lose their place on the job, it is crucial that their families reach out to Colorado wrongful death lawyers as soon as possible.
Burg Simpson’s workman’s comp lawyers in Colorado have extensive experience protecting the legal rights of families who have lost loved ones in workplace accidents due to the negligence of others. Our law firm is committed to helping those harmed rebuild their lives after having their loved ones taken away due to an accident. Our attorney has extensive resources, a nationwide reputation, and a proven track record of successfully helping victims and their families protect their legal rights after fatal accidents. We go to the scene of the accident to investigate. We undercover dangerous conditions that may have led to the accident, review training logs, look through inspection records and gather various other documents and pieces of evidence to ensure families have the most persuasive case possible moving forward. Our team stops at nothing to ensure families get the justice they deserve after losing loved ones at businesses throughout our state. Contact our lawyers in Denver, Colorado, at (888) 895-2080 to explore legal options available for you.
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