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November 2017 Archives

Vehicles could lead to serious construction accidents

Many people have to go through or near construction zones when traveling on the road. Some of those zones have individuals working on the roads themselves, and other projects are simply very close to roadways. In either case, workers on these sites may have an understandable fear that vehicles could cause serious construction accidents and leave workers injured.

Fatal motor vehicle accidents can leave families with hardships

Families can face many difficulties when a loved one is killed unexpectedly. Unfortunately, motor vehicle accidents commonly have fatal outcomes, and numerous families are left dealing with their grief and other challenges. The details of the fatal event could play an important role in how a family chooses to move forward, and if another person is considered at fault for the crash, civil claims could be brought against that individual.

Fatal motor vehicle accidents may lead to claims against estates

When a loved one is killed in a car crash, focusing on the emotional struggles that immediately result is often surviving family members' first instinct. This step is needed in order to fully work through the grieving process and come to some kind of acceptance of the outcomes. After some fatal motor vehicle accidents, individuals may also find it helpful to the healing process to seek compensation.

New York Scaffold Law and construction worker safety

Working on a construction site in Brooklyn, or any other part of New York, means that you either have to work on or around scaffolding. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that not only do the majority of construction workers have to use scaffolding on a regular basis, but the use leads to some of the most common accidents and injuries on job sites.

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