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How Construction Site Workers Can Injure Themselves On The Job

The construction industry is a dangerous one. It is not uncommon for construction workers to suffer on-the-job injuries. Below are some of the most common ways construction site workers accidentally injure themselves at work.

  • 1. Construction sites usually have a variety of tools on hand. Construction workers may not know how to use each tool. Injuries can arise from using a tool incorrectly.
  • 2. It is imperative that all construction workers follow safety regulations. When these rules are broken or disregarded, it can result in serious injuries.
  • 3. Heavy duty machines, such as cranes and forklifts, have certain limitations of what they can do. When these limitations are not taken seriously, people can get hurt.

Have you been injured in a construction site accident? If so, turn to Levine & Wiss, We represent carpenters, roofers, excavators, electricians, pavers, landscapers, heavy equipment operators, and drivers who have been seriously injured at construction sites. In many cases, the victim suffers severe or permanent injuries to the head or spinal cord, or the loss of a limb. For advice about your options in the aftermath of a work-site accident, call 1-888-GOT-HURT.

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