As a safe, responsible construction worker, you understand the dangers involved in your work. You take the proper precautions, wear the right safety equipment and never take unnecessary risks that violate site safety protocols.
Unfortunately, you can still end up suffering a significant injury while on the job, even though you did everything right. By their very nature, construction worksites are dangerous places to work, but that doesn’t remove your employer from the responsibility to keep employees safe. And it doesn’t mean you lose your right to justice should you get hurt.
There are a number of ways serious injuries can occur on construction sites.
- Scaffolding falls
- Electric shocks
- Chemical spills
- Crane accidents
- Falling materials
These accidents have two things in common: they are preventable, and they present significant danger to on-site workers.
Bailey & Oliver’s lawyers and legal team have seen these accidents, and we understand how to handle the legal consequences of them. (479) 202-5200
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