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Crane Collapses Along I-4 in Orlando

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on December 29, 2017

A little over a week ago, a crane operator was operating a large crane close to State Road 408, where Anderson Street and Division Avenue intersect, when something happened to cause the crane to collapse. According to the SGL, the company that owned the crane and employed the crane operator, the 300-ton piece of equipment was part of the high-profile I-4 Ultimate Project which is aimed at improving the traffic artery along Interstate 4 that has been such a nuisance for drivers in the past.

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Seville Man Killed in Ocoee Construction Accident

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on November 9, 2015

A freak construction accident in Orange County this month claimed the life of a worker while a nearby crane was in operation. While working on the reconstruction and widening of State Road 50 in Ocoee on October 16th, 2015, 25-year-old construction worker Guillermo Solis of Seville, Florida was struck in the head by a falling object and subsequently died. The object, which had dropped a distance of nearly 50 feet after having been suspended by the crane, turned out to be a wooden pile cushion from a pile driver.

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Avalon Park Walmart Evacuated Due to Carbon Monoxide Levels

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on August 10, 2015

An Avalon Park Walmart was evacuated early Sunday morning due to high levels of carbon monoxide present in the air. Seven people of the thirteen who were inside the building were being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning, with the others refusing treatment according to Orange County Fire and Rescue.

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Record Settlement Award to Florida Construction Injury Victim

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on April 2, 2015

A jury awarded a Florida man $64 million for severe injuries that he suffered in a construction accident four years ago.

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Jury Orders Florida Company to Pay $10 Million in Damages in Lawsuit

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on September 18, 2012

A jury in Missouri has awarded an injured man $10 million in a lawsuit stemming from an electrocution accident that left him badly injured. In July 2008, the man was working on a heat pump manufactured by FHP Manufacturing Co. in Tallahassee, Fla., when he came in contact with an exposed wire on the pump. The contact sent at least 480 volts through the man’s body, knocking him from a ladder and badly injuring him. The man and his personal injury attorney filed a lawsuit against FHP Manufacturing in Jackson County Circuit Court after the accident, and the jury recently awarded him $9.97 million in damages.

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