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Construction Labor Injury

A report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that there were nearly 825,000 general construction workers in 2013. These workers handle tasks on structures ranging from single-family homes to multi-story office buildings. Jobs in the construction injury run the spectrum from unskilled labor to skilled tradesmen to project managers. With so much activity on a job site, workers take the risk of suffering a construction labor injury nearly every day. If you have experienced a construction labor injury, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm can help.

Unsafe practices and premises can cause construction injuries. If you’ve been hurt while working at a construction site, the Amaro Law Firm can help you recover.

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Sources of Construction Labor Injury

The sources of construction labor injury are both numerous and ever-present. Many construction labor injury cases stem from supervisors who fail to follow basic safety rules, including federal and state workers safety regulations. One of the leading sources of injury on a construction site is injuries from falls, such as falls from:

  • Ladders
  • Scaffolds
  • Roofs
  • Elevators
  • Hoists
  • Heavy equipment
  • Vehicles
  • … and many more

Other sources of injuries can include:

  • Slippery floors
  • Power tools
  • Falling objects
  • Fires
  • Structural collapses
  • Welding accidents
  • … and many more
Types of Construction Labor Injury
Questions in Construction Labor Injury Cases
Awards from Construction Labor Injury Lawsuits
Know Your Rights in an Construction Labor Injury Lawsuit

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