This OSHA Injury Report was compiled directly from data that is publicly available from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA Injury Reports can be helpful in understanding the types of workplace injury claims involving defective products or malfunctioning equipment in the workplace.
The manufacturers of defective equipment or machinery resulting in a worker injury may be found to be negligent and liable for damages in a separate civil lawsuit. You may be able to recover damages on top of a workers’ comp claim if injured in a job accident caused, in part, by a third party. These third party personal injury cases should be given responsible legal guidance.
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Report: Overexertion and bodily reaction and exertion, n.e.c. at A-1 Elevator Service LLC in New Orleans, Louisiana
A mechanic was servicing an elevator. As he was reaching around to secure a bolt, he was shocked by the electrical wiring. The employee pulled his arm back suddenly which resulted in a dislocation of his shoulder and a fracture in his arm.
|Fractures and dislocations
|Part of Body
|Shoulder(s) and arm(s)
|Bodily motion or position of injured, ill worker
|Overexertion and bodily reaction and exertion, n.e.c.
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