A NJ state trooper is credited with saving the life of a worker who was injured at a construction site along the Garden State Parkway. Trooper Mike Kleissler was called to the site in Brick after a worker was injured while cutting concrete pipe for drainage and the diamond saw he was using kicked out of the pipe and reflected back to his body. Trooper Kleissler arrived on the scene to find Ryan Jenkins, 31, with a gash in his check that went all the way to the bone. Kleissler quickly responded by using a packet of Combat Gauze that clots blood quickly and stops bleeding. Jenkins was rushed to the Jersey Shore Medical Center, where he still is recovering from injuries.
If you have been injured on a construction site in New Jersey, you may think workers' compensation is your only source for financial recovery. To the contrary, other claims may be available to you, including recovery from third parties for negligence, as well as damages for dangerous and defective products, including tools, machinery and equipment. At the Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we have extensive experience handling these types of claims. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us by e-mail or call our office at 732-702-0333 to arrange a meeting.