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Do You

work in jobsite safety? Do you have training in OSHA regulations? Are you a safety engineer for an insurance company? If the answers are all NO, and from your comments I believe they would be, you should remain hidden behind an unverified identity. The Lee Company's attorneys would have a field day in court with you and your libelous statements about their Company. It takes more than a few days to complete an OSHA investigation. It takes more than a few days to complete an insurance investigation. So far, there are no reports the Lee Company is at fault for this unfortunate incident. The state Department of Labor regulates the time frame and process which must be adhered to in a workers compensation case like this. No variance allowed no matter what the circumstances. The Lee Company has no imput on that at all. Also note the article clearly states the deceased had no life insurance. At his age, it probably would not have cost $25 a month for half a million in coverage. Was it the Lee Company's fault the deceased or his spouse chose not to make this purchase?


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