Jacksonville, FL – Fatal Workplace Accident Involving Mobile HomeSheftall Law
Jacksonville, FL (January 16, 2020) – On Tuesday, a man was killed during a fatal workplace accident involving the moving of a mobile home in an unspecified area of Jacksonville.
The 36-year-old, identified as William Bailey, was killed when he was working as a contractor for New Beginning & Start LLC.
The company allegedly had the home jacked up and a crew was attempting to move it. The structure fell on top of Bailey when he went to check on equipment. The structure was in the process of being declared unsafe when the accident occurred.
At this time, the investigation into the accident continues.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.
Fatal Accidents in Florida
In 2017, approximately 299 people lost their lives in fatal workplace accidents in all of Florida. These accidents continue to happen more and more every year and involve incidents like falls, crushing, electrocutions, and more. Losing a loved one can be a time of emotions and turmoil, leaving families in a tragic situation that is not always easy to recover from. It is important that you speak with a skilled wrongful death attorney immediately after losing somebody close to you.
Our skilled attorneys at Sheftall & Associates have worked diligently to protect the rights of family members who have lost somebody they love in a life-altering collision. We understand how challenging it can be to face the aftermath of a collision that has taken the life of a loved one. You might be suffering both financially and emotionally but you do not have to stand alone. Please contact our law firm in Florida for more information at (904) 638-7712.
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