Areas of Construction Accident Expertise
There are a myriad of other common construction accidents, including trench collapse accidents, crane and aerial lift accidents, and being struck by a construction vehicle or machine.
Crane related injuries and fatalities are especially common, and the injuries can be so severe that they lead to a lifetime of pain or complications.
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Construction workers in San Diego face all kinds of difficulties and challenges when they show up for the job each day. Road workers, for example, have vehicles whizzing by them throughout the day. No matter how many signs you post warning drivers to slow down, plenty...
As construction continues on a rental car center close to the San Diego National Airport by the intersection of West Washington Street and Pacific Highway, news broke that one of the workers on the job died after he was crushed by rebar that had gotten loose and...
Construction sites are known to be a dangerous place to be – it is where we get the popular notion of putting on a hard hat. Most construction companies are careful to keep their workers safe, but the nature of assembling large buildings lends itself to danger. Tools,...
A deadly gas leak in New York City highlights the danger presented by construction accidents, no matter where they are located. Two apartment buildings collapsed in a largely unexplained blast that is the subject of widespread investigations. Investigators are still...