The Seattle Times
reported that on November 20, 2008 a woman was electrocuted while working at a Seattle glass container manufacturer, Saint-Gobain Containers
. The state Department of Labor and Industries
and the King County Medical Examiner's Office
are investigating the death of the woman.
According to their website, Saint-Gobain Containers is a leading producer of glass packaging for the food and beverage industries. Glass packaging is their only product.
The Department of L & I is investigating the fatal injury accident and death of the worker since she was on the job at the time. The questions is whether a defective product
was to blame causing the electrocution, or lack of proper training and supervision of the worker.
At the Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC
, we aggressively pursue claims on behalf of injured workers against a third party like a manufacturer of defective equipment or products. You can reach us toll free anywhere in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma or Washington state to discuss a potential case.
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