One of the most dangerous jobs that an individual can have is on a construction site. These workplaces can be quite hazardous, with all of the opportunities for accidents to take place if safety codes are not followed exactly.
Additionally, on many construction sites, there are a variety of chemicals which can be dangerous if you are exposed to them without proper protection. There are a number of different laws and regulations which construction companies are required to follow, but unfortunately when they fail to do so, it can lead to fatalities and life-threatening accidents.
Safety guidelines are incredibly important and employers who disregard the safety procedures which are put in place to protect workers and employees should be held responsible.
What Are the Common Injuries from Construction Accidents?
By their nature, construction areas can be dangerous with heavy equipment, loud noises, and moving vehicles and equipment. While construction sites are heavily regulated on both the federal and state levels, some employers choose to ignore these regulations in an attempt to save time and money.
Some of the most common injuries sustained in construction accidents include:
Eye injury or loss of sight
Ear injury or loss of hearing
Paralysis/other spinal injuries
Repetitive stress injury such as carpal tunnel
If you or someone you love has been injured in a serious construction accident, you should not hesitate to hire a Dallas construction accident attorney. At MR Civil Justice, we use our skills, knowledge, and experience to seek justice for our clients.
We believe that the individual who is responsible should be held accountable and made to compensate you for your:
If the insurance company wrongfully denies your claim, we can help you with bad faith insurance litigation matters. If you choose to hire our firm, you can rely on us to help you bring forth a tailored, results-driven personal injury lawsuit.
What Causes Construction Injuries?
Construction site injuries can occur as a result of: