A man working at Marshall Steam Plant in Catawba County was trapped in a bulldozer at the plant Wednesday morning.

The emergency call was received around 6:15 a.m., where the authorities were told that the bulldozer fell in a hole where they put coal, and trapped the worker inside. Luckily, the emergency crews were able to lower down a ladder and free the worker, without the worker suffering any serious or life-threatening injuries.

In the event that the worker has been seriously hurt at while ” on the job,” he would have a valid workers compensation claim in the state of South Carolina.

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After being injured at work, many of our clients are initially afraid of losing their jobs and are not sure if they even want to pursue a claim. In these difficult times, these are good people in tough financial situations that need help.

Attorney Robert J. Reeves has practiced workers’ compensation law for over 22 years and knows how to protect your rights as well as your job. As a former workers’ compensation insurance defense lawyer, he knows what a carrier needs to quickly evaluate your claim and get your benefits started.