Railroad bridge demolition gone wrong causes below the knee amputations for 27 year-old worker
Trial Attorney: Mark McNabola
Settlement Amount: $5 million
A 27 year old man’s legs were crushed causing below the knee amputations when a wall fell onto his legs after an employee cut a steel beam while demolishing a Union Pacific railroad bridge. $5 million was the extent of the insurance policy limit. This case concluded after it was set for jury trial.
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