Wenatchee man loses fingers in construction accident

The Wenatchee World reports that Terry Tussey, age 59, of Wenatchee was injured in an industrial accident on Monday.

According to the report, Tussey lost two fingers while using a saw at Standard Pallet Co. in Monitor around 1:15pm.

Tussey was taken to Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee for treatment.

If you lose a limb or an appendage on the job or suffer another serious injury, you should contact a personal injury attorney who has experience with construction accident law. At The Farber Law Group we have more than 30 years experience working with clients to insure they receive maximum compensation for their Washington construction accident injuries.

Often times, construction workers who lose a limb or appendage may be unable to continue in their line of work which prevents them from receiving a salary. With our help, they may recover compensation for their injuries including medical costs and loss of wages to insure a stable future for themselves and their family.

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