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December 21, 2020

A Difficult Year in Construction Has Some Bright Spots

The construction industry is one sector that has been hit especially hard by the difficult events of 2020. From a global pandemic to widespread unemployment, these events have resulted in project delays and cancellations, as well as workers being let go. Some have had to work in unsafe, unhealthy conditions because of the numerous environmental […]
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December 15, 2020

When Dangerous Tools are Defective, People Get Hurt

There is no doubt that construction is a dangerous industry to work in. Exposure to the elements, working high off the ground, and powerful machines can all threaten people’s safety on a job site. Adding negligence into the equation makes the potential for an accident even greater. Negligence can take several forms on a construction […]
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December 6, 2020

Scaffold Accidents: Preventable and Dangerous

Scaffold safety receives a lot of attention for a few key reasons. First, you can find scaffolding on most construction sites, particularly those in New York City. Second, scaffold accidents can easily result in serious injury or death. Last but certainly not least: Nearly all of these incidents could be prevented if everyone followed safety […]
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December 4, 2020

Air Quality and Construction Worker Health

One of the reasons why some people enjoy working in construction is that they aren’t stuck behind a desk all day. However, as much as workers might enjoy being outside, there are reasons to be cautious. In many places, including right here in New York City, air quality can pose a threat to worker safety. […]
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December 1, 2020

Protecting Your Family, Health, and Job After a Work Accident

If you get hurt at work, there are likely several concerns running through your head. You might worry about losing your income, being unable to take care of your family, and having to deal with a painful condition for the foreseeable future. It can be difficult to see what your next steps should be with […]
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November 23, 2020

Available Damages Following a Construction Accident

Construction site accidents are often catastrophic. They can result in disfiguring injuries, long-term or permanent disability, or even death. Getting medical treatment and paying the bills while being unable to work can quickly get unmanageable, making it tempting to accept any financial offer that you might get. However, before you accept a settlement or even […]
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November 18, 2020

Herniated Discs: A Minor Injury with Significant Consequences

Imagine you are at work on a construction site. You lean over to pick up something, which you do countless times a day, but this time, something goes wrong, and suddenly you feel a sharp, incredibly painful spark in your back. There may be burning, tingling, or numbness that follows. The doctor determines that it […]
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November 3, 2020

On-the-Job Exposure to Toxic Substances

Exposure to toxic chemicals on the job is an unfortunate risk for people who work in the construction industry. Whether parties are building, repairing, renovating, or demolishing structures, they can face devastating illnesses if exposed to substances like asbestos and lead on the job. Misinformation and deceit are common reasons why workers find themselves struggling […]
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