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Construction Workers Killed On The Job In Jupiter Car Accident | Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, & Palm Beach Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Friday morning turned fatal for two construction workers and injured one in Jupiter, FL, when a vehicle struck them on the work site, according to ABC’s WPBF-TV. The June 26th car-pedestrian accident took place when a woman who was driving a northbound Toyota Solara on Alt A1A collided with the workers and hit another vehicle around 12:21 a.m. According to police, 53-year-old Steven Dunn and 34-year-old Jesus Antonio Resendiz-Banales were resurfacing the road when the vehicle struck them, and they were pronounced dead at the scene. Palm Beach County resident Clint Talley was also involved in the accident but sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to Jupiter Medical Center for treatment. It is not yet determined if the driver will face charges since the work-related accident is still under investigation. At Injury Law Service, we express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the victims in this accident. Our thoughts are with you at this indescribably difficult time.

In car or pedestrian accidents such as this, an injured worker may have a claim for workers’ compensation since he was injured while on the job. If you have suffered an on-the-job injury and have questions for an attorney experienced in Florida workers’ compensation law, feel free to contact David M. Benenfeld at Injury Law Service. Based in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, David Benenfeld focuses his practice on the injured and works as an advocate for workers who have sustained injuries while on the job.

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