Production of CBS ‘NCIS’ Show Halted After Death on Set

Wednesday afternoon a security guard was fatally injured on the set of the CBS television show NCIS television set in Santa Clarita, California.

According to reports, the male security guard age 52 was struck by a passenger van that crashed through the production camp of the NCIS show. The action on the set was killed shortly thereafter.

This can be for many reasons. One reason could be to gather evidence, or because the area is dangerous. We don’t know exactly what happened yet.

The security guard was transported to a local hospital in critical condition and died a short time later. The cause of the accident remains under investigation and law enforcement officials have stated the 60-year-old driver of the van had some type of medical emergency prior to crashing through the NCIS set.

CBS has released a statement saying they are cooperating with local authorities in Santa Clarita to determine the cause of the fatal accident. The NCIS cast, producers and crew have released a statement saying: “With profound sympathy we mourn the tragic passing of our co-worker and friend.” They stated that “NCIS is a family and as a family, we are deeply saddened by the unexpected loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his loved ones.”

Sudden, unexpected, and tragic deaths can occur due to another person’s actions or non-action and when this type of death has occurred due to negligence of another person it is legally considered a wrongful death.

The Santa Clarita wrongful death attorney at Ehline Law, specializes in holding negligent parties of a wrongful death accountable.

For example, if another family member perceived the injuries to their loved one, while the injuries were taking place, the the perceiving family member can recover in tort in many instances. Attorney Michael P. Ehline is a former active duty Marine, and he is committed to protecting the rights of the victim of a wrongful death and their surviving family members. His dedication gives the victim a voice to hold the negligent party responsible for their actions. He has the utmost respect of his peers and colleagues and has been featured in the “LA Daily Journal”, 2009, 2010, 2011 “Super Lawyers Rising Star”, the “Hollywood Weekly Magazine” and the “California Lawyer Magazine”.

Injuries of this type can often be avoided. Ehline understands this and he will help the victims by being their sword and shield. An excellent lawyer will protect the interests of the victim’s family. And not just any accident attorney will do for a catastrophic death case. If you or loved one has suffered a wrongful death, you should consider speaking to someone who handles brain injury, burn injury and wrongful death cases often. To learn more about avoiding accidents, and how to hold an evil doer accountable, contact us at 201 Wilshire Blvd., Second Floor, Santa Monica, CA 90401. 310.376.8488.

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