9 Dangerous Construction Accidents

Construction work is done every single day in thousands of different locations all over the country. With the U.S. economy in recovery, these construction projects are essential for growth. However, sometimes construction sites can be extremely dangerous, both for those who are working on site and also for those who have to pass by them. These areas are known hazards, but sometimes their typical dangers can be exacerbated by other circumstances. Construction-related accidents are rather more common than they should be and are often caused by the dangerous or negligent actions of others, putting innocent people in danger.

9 Accidents

Construction accidents can take many forms, each of which can have serious consequences. Nine very common construction accidents include:

  • Equipment Malfunction
  • Employer Negligence
  • Slip and Falls
  • Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Lifting Injuries
  • Exposure to Toxic Substances
  • Head and Brain Injuries
  • Amputations
  • Wrongful Death

All of these construction accidents can affect one’s health and safety, whether you are working on a construction site or are simply passing by it. Sadly, many people are unduly hurt by construction-related accidents due to those parties in charge failing to ensure that the site does not present unnecessary dangers.

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Depending on the extent and nature of your injuries, you could be facing a lot of different costs and repercussions after a construction accident. However, if you have suffered these costs because of a construction manager, property owner, or employee’s negligence, you could be due compensation, something which our attorneys at Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, may be able to help you obtain. Find out how we can work with you today by calling us at (214) 457-1668.

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