Mahwah, NJ – Man Injured in Saw Accident on Ramapo Valley Rd
Mahwah, NJ (July 4, 2020) – Local authorities in Mahwah were called to the scene of an accident on Wednesday, June 1. An injured man, 67, was found at the Bergen County Horse Rescue on Ramapo Valley Road (US-202). The man was reportedly at a worksite with a saw when his hand was caught on the blade.
According to local reports, the man had to have two fingers amputated. The injured party was transported to the Hackensack University Medical Center for treatment. No further updates are currently available.
An ongoing investigation into the accident is underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and his family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.
New Jersey Premises Liability Accidents
An estimated one out of every ten lawsuits are related to a premises liability case. These cases pay out around $4 billion to claimants each year. Around 6% of these cases result in punitive damages.
After a car accident, pursuing a personal injury claim can leave victims seriously confused and frustrated. You need a firm understanding of the law to make sure that your legal rights are protected. Instead of trying to figure it out on your own, you should contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney.
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