Man blames employer for alleged on-the-job poisoning

By Robert Hadley | May 9, 2016

WHEELING – A man now living in Belmont County, Ohio, is suing his former employer and unnamed defendants, claiming their alleged negligence caused him to suffer carbon monoxide poisoning at an Ohio County jobsite.

Randall Scott Myers filed a lawsuit April 29 in Ohio Circuit Court against AlliedBarton Security Services LLC and 30 unnamed defendants, alleging negligence, recklessness and deliberate intent.

According to the complaint, Myers worked for AlliedBarton as a security guard hired to monitor a jobsite operated by the unnamed defendants. The suit says that a generator near the guard shack where Myers was stationed on May 3, 2014 pumped carbon monoxide into his workspace, sending him to the emergency room with dizziness, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms lasting some 30 hours. The plaintiff claims he suffered permanent damage, including brain damage and altered levels of consciousness, requiring ongoing medical expenses to treat.

Myers seeks a jury trial and punitive and compensatory damages. is represented by attorney Brent A. Clyburn of White & Clyburn Moundsville.

Ohio Circuit Court Case number 16-C-122

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