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Articles Related to Construction Injury Law

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Workplace Hazards & Accidents: Fear of Employer Retaliation in Pennsylvania

Imagine the following scenario: a worker at a construction site in Philadelphia sees that workers are not using fall protection gear when working on the third floor roof, a violation of Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) standards. He tells his supervisor who does nothing. The worker is concerned that someone will fall and files […]

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Dangerous Conditions at Construction Sites

Serious and often fatal injuries occur on a daily basis. In fact, approximately two construction-related deaths occur each day in the United States and account for one in every five work-related fatalities. Despite work safety regulations and policies enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction sites remain hazardous places to work.