Construction Accidents

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Industrial occupations carry a higher risk of catastrophic injury or death than other jobs. Those who work in or around the following face potential dangers everyday: 

  • Drilling Rigs
  • Gas & Oil Refineries
  • Mines
  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Construction Sites

That, however, does not change the responsibility of industrial employers to provide the safest workplace possible. This includes providing proper workplace facilities, training, and equipment.

Common work-related accidents include the following:

  • Fires & Explosions
  • Electrocutions
  • Toxic Chemical Exposure
  • Accidents Involving Heavy Machinery
  • Scaffolding Accidents
  • Accidents from Flying Objects & Debris

Contact An Experienced Houston Construction Site Injury Attorney

The attorneys at The Weycer Law Firm have helped many injured workers and their families recover physically, emotionally, and financially. We can help you get medical and rehabilitative care, counseling, and the financial resources to afford them.

How A Construction Site Injury Lawyer Can Help

Construction site injuries are complicated due to the potential number of liable parties. Our experienced team of construction site accident lawyers know how to find and investigate all liable parties in and out of the court room. If you’ve been injured on the job, contact the Weycer Law Firm team to discuss your case today!

Construction Site Injury Blog Resources

The Impact of Worker Fatigue on Workplace Injuries and Employment-Related Accidents

Unfortunately, many workers and even their employers do not fully comprehend the serious safety issues posed by fatigued workers. Sleep deprivation combined with long periods of mental or physical hard work can result in serious accidents and injuries because of...

Construction Site Deaths From Falls Prompts OSHA Safety Campaign

In Sept. 2016, 55-year-old construction worker Craig Rowell died after falling down an elevator shaft at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport during a terminal upgrade construction, according to the Star-Telegram in Fort Worth. Unfortunately, construction worker deaths from...