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Man killed in Illinois workplace accident

Millions of families across the country bid a family member goodbye each day as he or she leaves for their shift at work. These families fully expect that their loved one will return to them in the same condition that they left -- healthy and alive. Unfortunately, a workplace accident resulting in serious injury or death is possible, potentially leaving a family grieving and in a precarious financial situation. One family in Illinois is likely wondering how they will cope with the emotional and financial consequences of the loss of their loved one after a fatal accident took his life.

3 children face life without a father after workplace accident

The death of an employee leaves an empty place, figuratively and literally, in the Illinois workplace. That death seems much more devastating when it happens to a man who is always willing to pick up extra hours in order to provide for his family. Unfortunately, a recent workplace accident has left a family grieving for the loss of a husband and father.

Two women suffer spine injury in circus accident

People in Illinois who have been to the circus likely have strong memories of their experiences. These memories generally relate to the sights, smells and food they experience there. However, most members of the circus audience do not realize the serious danger performers place themselves in everyday. For example, eight performers were injured in a recent circus performance, two of them suffering a serious spine injury.

2 men injured in workplace accident

Electricity is one of the many wonders of the natural world that humans have luckily been able to harness to their own benefit. Billions of people across the globe have it wired into their house to sustain their lifestyle. Nevertheless, many people in Illinois do not realize the dangers associated with it. This lesson, however, has been made all too obvious to a pair of workers who were recently hospitalized due to injuries caused by electricity in a workplace accident.

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