Firefighters Injured in Work-Related Accident

Three firefighters are recovering after recent work accidents in Nashville, Tennessee. According to authorities, three firefighters were injured on the job, fighting two separate fires. One firefighter was overcome with heat and another suffered from hypertension while fighting a fire in Madison. Both men are expected to recover. The third firefighter was fighting a fire at the Warren House apartments when he lost consciousness and fell during clean up. He is currently in the ICU at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in stable condition.

Work accidents that result in personal injury happen on the job every day and can have devastating consequences. Whether you have a more dangerous vocation, like firefighters, or a job that is considered of little risk; all men and women can fall victim to injuries that happen on the job. If you have been hurt on the job, do not go through this complicated process alone. Call St. Louis’ best personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, and let us help you through your work accident claim. Our lawyers are experts when it comes to work-related accidents, and we know how to negotiate with the insurance company for the maximum compensation you are entitled to cover all your damages sustained in your work accident. Injuries that happen on the job can be catastrophic and affect the rest of your life. Don’t be pressured to settle fast for too little. Our legal consultations are at no-cost, and our personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth welcome you at our downtown St. Louis law firm. Contact us today.

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