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Logan Airport Employee Fatally Injured While Working on Tarmac

A Logan airport suffered a fatal injury at a cargo terminal on Monday evening.

The man was struck by a support vehicle, driven by a fellow coworker. The vehicle had been equipped for flight maintenance and was traveling in reverse when the victim was struck.

According to a spokesperson for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office, the driver of the vehicle showed no signs of impairment while being questioned after the accident. State and airport officials are still investigating the accident.

For family members of those who have been killed on the job, there is undoubtedly no amount of monetary compensation that can recompense their loss of life. Family members including spouses and children may file a wrongful death and/or workers’ compensation claim to receive financial relief. Immediate family members may be entitled to recover up to 60% of the deceased worker’s average weekly wage as well as other benefits.

These types of cases tend to be complex and it is advisable to enlist the assistance of an experienced Workers’ Compensation Attorney to discuss your options and rights and whether you might be entitled to receiving benefits. At the law offices of Altman & Altman our seasoned attorneys have nearly fifty years of experience handling all types of workers’ compensation cases as well as wrongful death cases. Upon review of your case, our team of attorneys will investigate all aspects of your case to determine whether you qualify to file for a claim.

If you or a loved one was involved in a workplace accident, or if your loved one was the victim of a workplace death, call one of lawyers at Altman & Altman for consultation. Our attorneys are available around the clock to answer any questions you might have about your case, and all initial consultations are completely free and confidential.

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