CORONA: Anaheim Man, 34, Killed in Accident at Asphalt Plant

Posted on Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 at 8:17 am    

CORONA, California (Oct. 8, 2013) — Anaya Rolando, 34, of Anaheim was killed Monday afternoon when he became tangled in a conveyer belt of a machine that crashes asphalt while working at the Asphalt Plant in the 25200 block of Maitri Road, according to a press release by the Riverside County Sheriff.

About 12 p.m., Rolando was working at the R.J. Noble Company’s Asphalt Batch Plant when for unknown reasons he was pulled into the machine and became entangled, the report said.

The Riverside sheriff’s department and Cal-OHSA are investigating the fatal accident to determine what happened.

“Most accidents that take place while someone is working on the job are covered under a workman’s compensation claim, however, there are some incidents that allow for a separate claim against a third party,” said Attorney West Seegmiller. “It depends upon the circumstances for each individual case.”

For more than 30 years, The Seegmiller Law Firm has helped those who were injured in an accident navigate the legal system and obtain compensation for losses including medical costs, lost time off work, pain and suffering and property damages.

Contact us today for a free consultation at 855-275-9378 to determine if you have a case against another party.

— The Seegmiller Law Firm