Workplace Accidents

Many industries carry the potential for workplace accidents, but all workers are entitled to a reasonably safe workplace. If a company, supervisor, or other party contributes to the risk faced by workers, they may be liable for any resulting injuries.

Construction Accidents

While creating a wide range of new buildings and structures, construction workers face many dangers, such as falling from heights and being struck by heavy equipment or debris.

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Electrocution

Workers may face electric shock from a number of hazards, and the effects of this serious injury can leave permanent complications.

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Heavy Machinery Accidents

Powerful machines are needed for many tasks, but when workers are caught or crushed, they face the potential for amputations and other serious injuries.

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Industrial Accidents

Warehouses, factories, and other industrial sites pose unique and dangerous hazards to workers.

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Oilfield Accidents

The oil and gas industry contributes a high number of injuries and fatalities every year as workers handle heavy machinery and dangerous chemicals while working grueling hours.

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Workplace Vehicle Accidents

As the leading cause of workplace fatalities across all injuries, workers may be injured while transporting items with their workplace vehicles.

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