Nail Gun Injuries Soar In Consumers

Colorado CEO commits suicide with a nail gun as company comes under investigation – NY Daily News

Richard M. Talley, founder and CEO of American Title Services, was found dead in his Colorado home Tuesday with self-inflicted wounds from a nail gun. Talley is seen here with his wife, Cheryl.

The CDC also says additional training material on nail gun safety should be provided wherever nail guns are sold and rented. Nail Gun Injuries The new statistics come from hospital emergency rooms nationwide. Data from 2001 to 2005 show that most nail gun injuries — 60% — occurred in workers.
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Insuror sues to determine who to pay $1 million after nail-gun suicide – The Denver Post

Hospital forced to deny that Michael Schumacher is dead after rumours sweep social media He attended the University of Miami and Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. The Post also claimed that Talley had once said he was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic swimming team’ – but a spokesman for USA Swimming refuted this and said he was not ever on the team. The Department Of Regulatory Agencies confirmed that an investigation was focused on Talley and the company to the Post but gave no additional information.
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Richard M. Talley, 56, was found dead in his Greenwood Village garage Tuesday by a family member, the Denver Post reported. He had shot himself seven or eight times in the head and chest with a nail gun.
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Jessica Rowe prevents co-host Sarah Harris from shooting herself in the face with a nail gun with just seconds to spare | Mail Online

District Court, as has Talley’s company, American Title Services in Centennial. Transamerica said it also expects a claim to be filed by Talley’s estate, so it filed the lawsuit, known as an interpleader, asking a court to decide who should get the $1 million. The insurance policy was issued in April 2004. Talley’s company, which he co-founded with his wife that year, was its original beneficiary, and its contingent beneficiary was his wife or the executor of his estate on his death.
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CEO commits suicide with a nail gun while his company under investigation | Mail Online

Mr Talley had allegedly been having trouble with his business before he took his own life in Colorado

Not paying attention in class: ‘Mind reader’ Anthony Laye shows Sarah how to nail the gun ‘Most dangerous stunt yet’: Sarah picks up the second nail gun, as instructed Turn it around! Sarah Harris almost shoots herself with a nail… Demonstrating how the power tools work and what would happen if it was fired, Laye proceeded to explain how the stunt would unfold. And it seems that Sarah wasn’t paying as much attention to the demonstration as she should have been.
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