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Workers' comp may help after fatal construction accidents

It is the goal of many individuals to make it through their work day and get home to their families. Though this may seem like a relatively easy task for some people, other individuals may work in risky occupations that may make this hope more difficult to guarantee. Construction accidents commonly result in serious injuries, and unfortunately, not everyone survives such accidents.

Many New York construction accidents may be preventable

Many individuals across the country work in the construction industry. Because buildings, homes and roads are constantly changing and areas are often expanding, there never seems to be a shortage of construction projects. Unfortunately, this may also mean that there is never a shortage of construction accidents that could lead to serious or fatal injuries. 

What causes construction accidents in New York?

Working in construction is a dangerous job anywhere, but New York construction work poses extra risks and exposes workers to more harm than in other areas of the country. This is because buildings with great heights and narrow streets are common in New York. Mix those conditions with the heavy equipment that construction workers use, and you can see how it can be a risky combination.

Info on New York construction accidents may worry workers

Many individuals earn their livings in the construction industry. Unfortunately, construction accidents are fairly common occurrences, and in such events, individuals are often seriously or fatally wounded. A recent report indicated that a study conducted regarding New York construction sites offered distressing information regarding the risks at such sites and the individuals most likely to be harmed. 

Construction accidents could disrupt lives of New York workers

When an unexpected event takes place at a construction site, the scene can quickly become a dangerous area. Many construction accidents involve heavy machinery, equipment or materials that could easily injure New York workers caught in the middle of the incident. Unfortunately, these injuries could have serious impacts that cause setbacks for the injured workers. 

Construction accidents: Man killed in New York incident

The circumstances that lead to individuals being injured on the job are often unique to the events themselves. Construction accidents could occur due to any variety and combination of factors, and no matter what those conditions are, if workers are injured or killed, those affected by the incidents could face significant struggles. In many cases, workers and surviving family are often left looking for answers.

Construction accidents: New York men killed in work-related event

When work-related incidents lead to fatalities, the surviving families of the victims may have many struggles to face. Construction accidents are unfortunate incidents that often result in such outcomes, and in some cases, the accidents may have been no fault of those killed. Equipment could malfunction or other factors could come into play, but nonetheless, the incidents are no less harrowing. 

Construction accidents: New York worker falls down elevator shaft

There are plenty of risky jobs that individuals take part in every day. Unfortunately, these jobs can often lead to serious incidents that result in workers suffering severe injuries. Construction accidents are common events that could have such outcomes. If an individual is injured due to this type of accident, the repercussions could result in substantial hardships. 

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A construction worker who was employed in the construction of a Brooklyn hotel died earlier this week in an accident on the work site. The New York City Department of Buildings, which filed a report on the accident, said the worker had been drilling piles when a crane shackle broke, fell down and hit him in the head. As of earlier this week, the exact cause of death is still being investigated.

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