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July 2018 Archives

Falls need not claim the lives of construction workers

Office buildings, retail stores, factories, warehouses and other work environments in Pennsylvania pose safety risks, but construction sites are significantly more dangerous than other workplaces. Construction company owners and site managers must comply with federal and state safety regulations to protect the safety and health of you and your co-workers. Sadly, some of the deadliest hazards, like falls, often receive little consideration because the employer's desire to work faster and maximize the profits may overshadow the danger.

Danger of construction accidents shown as flagger is hit by car

Pennsylvanians who work construction will undoubtedly understand the dangers they face each day. The sheer nature of the work predicates a certain amount of risk. There is heavy equipment, large vehicles, cumbersome tools and the need to work at great heights. Construction accidents are common and lead to serious injuries and fatalities. In many cases, the negligence of others is the cause of the accident. This can include coworkers or people who are passing by. Knowing what steps to take after an accident is essential for the injured worker and his or her family.

Key points about benefits and care after workplace accidents

Pennsylvanians who are injured in workplace accidents will undoubtedly be fearful about myriad factors. Of course, included will be the injury itself. It is also important to know what treatment the worker is entitled to under workers' compensation, how they will make ends meet, and how much treatment they can get. Examining state law when it comes to workers' compensation can be beneficial to understanding these factors. To ensure that the benefits are received, having legal assistance is wise.

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