Handling workplace-injury cases can sometimes become a headache for any business owner. But dealing with a death on your premises is another story. Often times, this can lead to lengthy and intense investigations where people will try to prove that you were somehow negligent and partially responsible for that person’s death.
Our Houston readers can see this exemplified by a case that was recently ruled on in New York where the widower of a deceased woman tried to hold several contractors responsible for her death. While the widower insisted that the contractors were responsible for the fatal accident that killed his wife, a New York appeals court disagreed.