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November 2018 Archives

Man trapped up to chest in wet soil in construction accident

While wet conditions can have a substantial impact on ground stability, rainy weather might not always keep a construction project from proceeding. Should the ground collapse and trap a worker, wet conditions may only make it more difficult for emergency responders in Georgia to perform a timely rescue. A recent construction accident involving similar conditions has left a 42-year-old man with injuries.

What are the most common restaurant injuries?

The most common restaurant injuries happen when we don't expect them. An employee goes to work in the morning, and ends up sleeping in the hospital. It could be a crack on the head after a slip-and-fall, a deep cut from a chef's knife, a devastating burn injury or any number of other catastrophic wounds.

Workplace accident claims life of 24-year-old man

The fear of being pinned to the ground by heavy equipment is a concern that is shared by workers in a variety of fields in Georgia and elsewhere. Incidents of this nature can pose a major threat to a person's health, even if other workers are quick to respond to rescue the individual. A 24-year-old man has died during a recent workplace accident involving similar circumstances.

Seeking advice on reducing the odds of workplace accidents

Many companies in Georgia and elsewhere are constantly working on new ways to promote workplace safety and reduce the chances a disastrous incident will occur. While preventing all workplace accidents may be a challenging endeavor, it is also a goal that companies and employees should strive to achieve. Fortunately, there are certain workplace safety tips that may help workers become better informed on how to reduce the odds of a potentially devastating accident.

Man trapped within trench during construction accident

While working on a new housing development project, employees of construction companies in Georgia and elsewhere may find it helpful to be aware of the dangers of unstable ground. A collapse in the surrounding area could leave a worker trapped within a trench, and the nature of the instability could make it challenging for others to rescue the individual. A man in another state was trapped inside a 7-foot deep trench after a dirt wall collapsed during a recent construction accident.

Verdicts And Settlements

  • Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $275,000.00

    The Employee sustained a fatal crush injury while operating the Employer’s dump truck.

  • Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $205,000.00

    The Employee was involved in a work-related motor vehicle accident (MVA) and sustained injuries to the cervical and lumbar spine.

  • Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $115,000.00

    The Client sustained a fractured vertebra during a motor vehicle accident with an individual driving on the wrong side of the road.

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  • “I know God doesn't make mistakes. I met Mr. Snead through my daughter who drove him via Lyft. She told him about me and my case. I contacted him and he was very helpful. He did everything that he said he would do. He's a very friendly and professional. He made me feel more like family and not just another client.”

  • “He is extraordinary with what he does. He is the type of attorney that will sacrifice his percentage just to make sure your physically able to return to work. He also has the friend appearance not just business. He is very thorough. And he explains every step.”

  • “I was in a situation where I couldn't quite decide what to do, in my case a head injury. I contacted his law firm and he immediately assured me that he would help me get my problem solved. Mr. Snead made sure that he kept me up to date on everything. If their was a moment where I didn't understand the process.”

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