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What to do after a construction accident

The construction industry is among the most dangerous, and all too often construction accidents result in serious injury or death. In 2014, more than 20% of nearly 4400 workers who were killed on the job worked in the construction industry. Not every construction accident results in death, but the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) frequently finds industry violations in fall protection, general scaffolding requirements, and ladder safety within construction industry.

All about scaffolding or ladder collapse injuries

When a scaffolding or a ladder collapses at a work site, injuries often occur. The severity of these injuries can alter or even destroy a person's life, which is why it is so important to understand your legal rights in these situations. First of all, you should know how often these injuries occur, what kind of problems they might cause, and who is to blame. This can help you sort out your rights should you decide to pursue a lawsuit.

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