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Construction accident injuries may prove severe in North Carolina

The injuries that a worker may suffer while on the job can have lasting impacts. A construction accident can often prove particularly severe as individuals face many risks while on the job due to the nature of their work-related duties. Such an incident can easily result in a person needing time away from work and suffering financially. 

North Carolina readers may be interested in a work-related accident that recently took place in another state. The incident caused a worker to suffer serious injuries after falling. The man was part of a construction crew working on a bridge when he fell 25 feet from an upper deck and hit a beam on the lower deck. It was not detailed what may have caused his fall.

Emergency personnel had to cut through a fence and take other measures in order to rescue the man. It was noted that though he was conscious, he was not alert. The report stated that both of the man's legs were shattered in the accident, and he was taken to an area hospital in order to be treated for his injuries.

When a construction accident results in injuries of such severity, it can be an arduous journey toward recovery for the injured worker. During this period, and sometimes after, it is not unusual for financial hardships to arise. In order to address these monetary issues, injured North Carolina workers may need the assistance of workers' compensation. Interested individuals may wish to enlist the assistance of an experienced attorney when applying for these benefits to ensure that they follow the process correctly and gain help with any complications.

Source: equipmentworld.com, "Worker on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge seriously injured in fall", Kerry Clines, May 19, 2017

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