Date: February 2011
County: 1st Judicial Circuit
Summary: Plaintiff was helping to unload mine roof supports when the shield mover he was using suddenly shifted and pinned Plaintiff between it and a shield already on the ground. Plaintiff suffered transverse process fractures at L1-L3 and extensive damage to his internal organs, requiring gallbladder and spleen removal and removal of substantial portions of his pancreas and small and large intestines. Plaintiff was unable to eat for a year after the accident. Plaintiff cannot return to work.
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