Seeking Compensation After Construction Accidents in Pennsylvania

Construction workers seem as if they are always on the job, working to create and improve structures throughout Pennsylvania. This can include buildings, roads, sidewalks, and more. While working in this field, employees are often put at risk for serious injuries, as they use dangerous tools in potentially hazardous locations. It is because of this that construction jobs are constantly ranked as one of the most dangerous. In order to…Read More

Common Questions About Forklift Injuries

Forklifts are a common sight in warehouses and on construction sites. They are an important piece of equipment, but they can also cause serious and debilitating injuries. Each year, about 34,900 people are hurt in forklift accidents. Because a forklift can weigh up to 9,000 pounds, it is extremely important for workers, employers, and construction companies to understand the dangers posed by forklifts and to take steps to reduce the…Read More

OSHA Wants to Stop Falls from Heights on Construction Sites

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), “ falls are the leading cause of death in construction.” In 2015 alone, over 350 construction workers were killed due to falls from heights on construction sites. OSHA stresses that these terrible accidents are entirely preventable. To prevent falls from heights on construction sites, OSHA has developed a fall prevention campaign to “raise awareness among workers and employers about common fall…Read More

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