NJ Construction Worker Loses Two and a Half Fingers in Workplace Table Saw Accident

By workinjury on February 22, 2011

According to The Trentonian, a construction worker who was laboring on a development project in Robbinsville, New Jersey, lost two and a half fingers after an accident that involved a table saw in February 2011.

The New Jersey workplace injury accident occurred at approximately 9:15 a.m. when the 62-year-old worker experienced a “table saw mishap” which resulted in the man losing two and a half fingers. The fingers were recovered and packed in snow in an effort to preserve them.

The officers reported the man was in severe shock but were able to keep the man calm until emergency personnel arrived. The worker was taken to a local hospital by ambulance for treatment. It is not known whether surgeons were able to successfully reattach the man’s fingers.

The New Jersey work injury accident attorneys at Blume Forte have a long history of obtaining favorable recoveries for workers who are injured while on the job. We have the resources and experience that are needed to pursue cases for workers who have been severely injured in a wide variety of work-related accidents. To schedule a no-cost consultation and comprehensive evaluation of your New Jersey work injury accident claim, call our law firm at 973-635-5400.

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