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Elevator collapses, 3 injured in recent construction accident

When operating at heights, construction workers in Georgia and elsewhere may use various types of equipment to help them reach objectives. When it comes to a construction elevator, if each piece of the apparatus is not properly placed, or if there are any defective parts, the entire structure could be at risk of collapsing. Three workers were injured after an elevator collapsed during a recent construction accident in another state.

A workplace accident can happen in any work environment

Many individuals in Georgia and elsewhere may feel that working in an office setting is a relatively safe professional decision. While office workers might not face some of the potential hazards of a more dangerous field, there are still a variety of scenarios in which these workers might be vulnerable to suffering serious harm. There are a variety of safety tips that may help reduce the odds of an office-related workplace accident, and following these tips could prove vital to preventing a major injury.

3 injured after roof trusses collapse in construction accident

When lifting objects and materials to the roof of a building, many construction companies in Georgia and elsewhere use cranes and other machines to assist with project needs. After dropping these materials off at the desired location, workers must ensure that they are properly tied down and secured, as falling objects can pose a threat to nearby workers. Three workers were injured after a roof truss collapsed during a recent construction accident in another state.

Construction accident leaves 1 in critical condition

Suffering serious injuries in an on-the-job accident can be a harrowing experience. The fallout of such an incident could leave a person in Georgia facing a need for long-term or permanent medical care, which can be a substantial financial burden. A man is reportedly in critical condition after he fell more than 50 feet during a recent construction accident in a neighboring state.

1 dies after falling into elevator shaft in construction accident

Many construction workers in Georgia and across the nation perform job-related duties from heights every day. While operating several stories above ground, workers are required to wear safety equipment to protect against a fall, as the consequences of falling from even a lesser distance can be catastrophic. A 41-year-old man has died after falling into an elevator shaft during a recent construction accident in another state.

Safety tips to prevent workplace accidents as a truck driver

It is no secret that operating a commercial vehicle comes with its inherent risks. However, drivers in Georgia and elsewhere may benefit from an awareness that some accidents can even take place while their vehicles are stationary. While workplace accidents such as trips and falls and overexertion can have a devastating impact on a person's health, there might be certain steps drivers can take to reduce the odds of suffering such an injury.

Concrete wall crushes, kills 1 in workplace accident

Demolition projects can be hazardous by nature and workers in Georgia who perform similar duties must use caution when in the presence of falling objects. Should a heavy object fall and strike a worker, there is a chance this person may suffer serious or fatal harm in the process. A 39-year-old man has died in a recent workplace accident after he was crushed by a concrete retaining wall.

Worker loses an arm in industrial construction accident

Many construction workers in Georgia and elsewhere use heavy duty machines to assist with operations every day. When operating a machine such as an auger, workers must use caution to avoid being caught up in the machines, as similar incidents can have disastrous results. A 44-year-old man has lost an arm during a recent construction accident in which he got tangled up with an auger drill.

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.

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.

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 $175,000.00

    The Client was driving down a city street when a distracted driver suddenly veered into oncoming traffic, causing a head-on collision in which the Client's left leg was severely injured.

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