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  • Crane Accidents in the News

    Cranes play an instrumental role in the construction industry, lifting and rotating heavy objects on jobsites, often at great heights. About 250,000 workers operate cranes as part of their job. However, cranes create dangerous workplace hazards. During the first half of 2021, there were a number of crane accidents in the news. Workers who have[…]


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    How Serious is the Labor Shortage in the Construction Industry?

    Construction workers risk injury whenever they are on a jobsite. However, during a labor shortage, the risk of injury rises. The post-pandemic economy of 2021 has resulted in labor shortages in various sectors of the economy, including in the construction industry. Employers are still responsible for maintaining a safe workplace, even during labor shortages. Employees[…]


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    Industrial Machine Accidents Do Not Happen by Chance

    Manufacturers of industrial machines and employers whose workers operate heavy machinery and equipment are legally responsible for worker safety. Understanding the root causes of industrial accidents can help prevent the many thousands of serious and fatal injuries that continue to happen. Accidents do not just happen, there is always a cause. Research shows that the[…]


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    Protecting Workers from Conveyor Belt Injuries

    Conveyor belts are indispensable in the manufacturing and distribution of all types of goods. However, workers who perform tasks around conveyor belts risk bodily injury every day. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are more than 9,000 serious conveyor belt accidents each year. Many of these accidents result in permanent hand injuries. Conveyor[…]


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    Who Pays for Damages in Work-Related Car Accidents?

    Driving is a significant part of the job for many workers. Workers’ Compensation typically pays for damages, such as medical expenses and lost wages when employees get into work-related car accidents. However, injured workers may also be able to sue third parties who are found to be liable for damages stemming from their injuries. An[…]


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