Construction Injuries

The construction injury carries significant risks of injury to construction workers. According to the CDC, of the 3.3 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses reported in 2009, more than 9% were experienced by construction workers. Construction workers experienced 4.3 nonfatal injuries and illnesses per 100 full time workers. Falls accounted for 22% of these injuries and illnesses construction workers reported.


Falling Objects

Construction workers are at risk of being struck by objects from above, for example, tools used above the worker or construction materials that aren’t properly secured. Brain and spinal injuries can occur, even if you’re wearing appropriate safety equipment such as hardhats. Construction sites can create dangerous conditions for individuals working at the site, visitors […]

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Falls

One of the most common types of construction injuries are falls. Construction workers are at risk from falls from scaffolding, cranes, roofs, ladders, and other heights at work. If you’re injured in a fall, you may want to file a Workers’ Compensation Claim and possibly a personal injury lawsuit against your employer or another party. Construction sites can […]

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