Tag Archives: Construction Accident

What To Do After a Construction Accident

The construction industry is one of the world’s largest sectors of the economy with $10 trillion spent on construction related goods and services each year. It was also deemed as one of the top ten most dangerous jobs in 2018. According to the Bureau of Labors Statistics, there were 18 fatal injuries per 100,000 workers, totaling to nearly 150 fatalities in 2018. Thousands of more were injured at construction...
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What Are the Different Types of Construction Accidents?

Construction is one of the most dangerous jobs. Construction sites are hotbeds for dangerous and potentially fatal accidents. In 2016, 5,190 workers were killed on the job – equivalent to 3.6 per 100,000 full time construction workers. On average, about 14 workers die every day at construction sites. While most construction companies and their workers are careful in operating construction sites, accident still happen. And when construction accidents happen,...
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Know Your Rights After a Construction Accident

As the economy gets better, construction projects start to increase – especially in large cities like Los Angeles and San Diego. Although this may be financially great, there is a price to pay for all the construction projects in our cities. When a construction site accident happens to either a worker or a passerby, different parties may be liable for the victims’ potential injuries or wrongful death. Depending on...
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Holding The Right Parties Accountable In a Construction Accident

Construction accidents often involve serious injuries for the injured victims. This is particularly why it is imperative that you are able to identify the parties at fault for your injuries. The circumstances surrounding each construction accident are different. But there are some general considerations that apply to every case. Similar to any other accident case, consulting and hiring an experienced personal injury attorney will improve the likelihood of getting...
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