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Livingston, CA – Eight Workers Die at Foster Farms on Davis St

San Francisco, CA – Seven Injured by Exposure on Golden Gate Bridge

Livingston, CA (September 3, 2020) – The circumstances leading up to the death of eight employees exposed to Covid-19 remain under investigation at this time. On September 2, the Foster Farms company issued a closure of their Livingston Poultry Processing Facility, which is located on Davis Street in the Merced area.

Reports show that approximately 390 workers tested positive for COVID-19 since August 12 at the facility. The rate of infection remained at around 1% as the company battled to manage the spread.

The plant closure was ordered after the eighth worker succumbed to the disease. The plant has since expanded its requirements for testing in order to identify workers who have COVID-19 in order to mitigate the spread.

At this time, the circumstances surrounding the spread of the virus within the plant, as well as the death of the eight workers, remains underway.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the families of the victims who lost their lives in this accident. Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.

Fatal Workplace Accidents in California

Every year, tens of thousands of workers across the United States lose their lives on the job. In some cases, victims end up passing away from injuries caused by hostile atmospheres. Other incidents involving employers who fail to implement adequate safety and sanitation measures to protect their employees. Employers are required to ensure the safety of their employees. When employers fail to do so, it can result in serious injuries or death.

Right now, we are dealing with a global pandemic. Health organizations on both the national level and here in California have established various processes that ensure the work environment is safe and clean for workers. These guidelines are made to help keep workers safe by minimizing the risk of exposure. When employers fail to take adequate steps toward protecting their workers, they can be held liable for resulting injuries and damages. When workers lose their lives while working, it is crucial that their families reach out to a wrongful death attorney in California to protect their legal rights.

The Law Offices of William E. Weiss has decades of experience assisting families with protecting their legal rights after losing loved ones in fatal workplace accidents. For nearly four decades, California workplace accident attorney Weiss has represented numerous families who have lost loved ones in workplace accidents caused by careless actions of people to ensure they get the justice they deserve. Contact Attorney Weiss directly by calling (415) 235-7060 to schedule a free case evaluation with an aggressive personal injury attorney in California to see what legal options are available for you.

Notes:  Our firm uses outside sources when creating these posts.  These sources include but are not limited to various news sources, police reports, traffic incident reports, and first-hand accounts about accidents and the injuries involved.  For this reason, the details surrounding the accidents that we report about have not been independently verified by our writers and staff.  If there is any incorrect or false information in this post, please contact us immediately and will change the post to reflect the most accurate information available. 

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