(866) I-SUE-YOU (478-3968)
(844) 411-KING (411-5464)
(954) 227-LAW (227-7529)
Text: (954) 998-0075
Fax: (954) 227-1243  
OFFICES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA


Explosion At Pompano Beach High School Leaves Two Workers Seriously Injured

On Wednesday, September 25, 2018, two employees were injured due to an explosion at Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach, Florida. The City of Pompano Beach Fire Department was called to the scene to render assistance for this Florida workers’ compensation accident. Two of the school’s maintenance workers suffered life threatening third degree burns and were immediately airlifted to a trauma hospital. Fortunately, no students were injured and they were all evacuated.

After the accident, activities at the school were suspended until further notice. The principal later issued a statement stating that the two injured employees were in critical condition but were expected to survive. He added that there would be a special meeting with the Broward County School Board and City officials in order to determine the safeness of the buildings so that employees and students could return.

Being injured on the job in Florida is always a risk, but if your employer has workers’ compensation insurance coverage, you may be entitled to receive medical and or lost wage benefits. Should you suffer a work related accident in Florida, it’s extremely important to get in touch with a skilled Florida workers’ compensation attorney like Evan M. Ostfeld, Esquire as soon as possible since he has been practicing over 25 years in the complicated area of Florida workers’ compensation law. This is especially essential if you’ve been denied benefits by the employer and/or their workers’ compensation insurance carrier.

Feel free to get in touch with Evan and his legal team for a no obligation case evaluation at (866) I SUE YOU, (866) 478-3968, (954) 227-7529 or evan@attorney4lfie.com. We shall discuss your Florida workers’ compensation case, inform you about available rights and map out a course of action. In fact, there are no attorney’s fees and/or costs due unless there is a Florida Workers Compensation court award or settlement! As such, make sure that you protect yourself by calling our office today for free information about Florida’s workers’ compensation law.