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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.

Construction accidents: Wall collapse injures 2 New York workers

Though working in construction is often exciting for many workers, it can also come with many unknowns. When trying to build a structure or carry out renovations, certain scenarios could arise that individuals were not prepared for. Unfortunately, construction accidents happen fairly often, and many parties suffer serious injuries as results of these incidents.

Deadly construction accidents may leave families struggling

When a family loses a loved one, the impacts can affect many areas of their lives. Certainly, the emotional toll may be felt the strongest, but financial repercussions can often feel the most pressing. If construction accidents lead to worker deaths, the surviving families may find themselves looking to workers' compensation for assistance.

New York construction accidents lead to deaths, injuries

When a death occurs as a result of an occupational accident, the event can leave many people shaken. Unfortunately, construction accidents can have such outcomes, and one individual recently died in New York due to such an incident. Additionally, another worker was critically injured in that same event. 

Construction accidents: Serious injuries befall New York worker

Construction-related jobs can often provide many individuals with an exciting and productive way to earn an income. Many people enjoy this type of profession because it allows them to create or improve structures and see the benefits of their hard work. Of course, as with any profession, there is a risk for potential injuries to occur on the job, and construction accidents can often prove quite serious.

New York construction accidents may have fatal outcomes

After a work-related accident takes place, there is considerable potential for workers to become seriously or fatally injured. Unfortunately, construction accidents can account for a considerable number of employee injuries, and injured workers or their surviving families may face considerable hardships after such an event. Often, the financial aspects relating to the aftermath of an accident can prove considerably detrimental.

Construction accidents: 3 workers seriously injured in New York

It was recently reported that a serious incident at a New York construction site resulted in three workers suffering injuries. Construction accidents can often have severe results, and this situation was no different. Reports stated that the men were working on adding a third story to a two-story house when the incident occurred.

Construction accidents: New York man shatters legs in fall

After suffering a serious injury on the job, individuals may have many needs to address. Whether injuries are suffered suddenly in construction accidents or develop over time from assembly line work, the issues could cause many problems in workers' lives. In many cases, severe injuries require medical attention and extended recovery periods that could lead to financial hardships. 

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. 

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