Pedestrians in midtown Manhattan face many dangers, but the particular threat that occurred on Tuesday May 27, 2014 was unusual. According to NBC News, a construction company was working to fix a water main on 48th Street and Ninth Avenue when a buzzsaw blade being used by a construction worker became airborne and flew into pedestrian traffic.
It has never happened to you before. In all the years that you have worked on a boat out on the Atlantic Ocean, you have never once been in the water long enough, or been exposed to frigid temperatures for enough time to suffer hypothermia. So far you've been lucky, but that doesn't mean that you aren't at risk of serious injury or death from hypothermia.
Whether you were hurt soon after leaving Point Pleasant, New Jersey or you were hurt well out in the Atlantic Ocean, an accident or incident report should have been created after your injury on a commercial fishing boat.The report should accurately document the accident that resulted in your injury. However, that doesn't always happen.
A fatal scaffolding accident is a tragic event that no one is ready for. Helping the youngsters in our lives deal with grief and loss can be difficult. Reaching out to other supportive family members and good friends can help ease your burden.