The families of three workers who were killed when scaffolding collapsed at a Raleigh, N.C., high-rise building have sued four companies connected with the project. The lawsuit was filed last month on behalf of the three men. The three men fell to their deaths on March 23, 2015. They were dismantling a mast climber on the 11-story Charter Square building when the exterior lift system collapsed. It’s claimed in the lawsuit filed in Durham County Superior Court that four companies contributed to the victims’ wrongful death. A fourth worker was treated for serious injuries. John Edwards represents the families.
Source: Insurance Journal
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