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Truck driver suffers serious injuries in construction accident

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has safety guidelines and regulations for almost every job. For that reason, most on-the-job injuries are preventable. The agency has launched a formal investigation into a construction accident in North Carolina to determine what caused one worker to be sent to the hospital with serious injuries.

Workers' compensation need may arise after unexpected work events

An unexpected accident could happen to anyone at anytime, including North Carolina residents. The outcomes of such an event could vary depending on the circumstances, and the personal impacts could also range. For instance, if a person is injured in a car accident, he or she may face different challenges than a worker injured in a construction accident. One benefit that the individual in the latter scenario may see is the potential for workers' compensation.

Injuries from a construction accident could warrant compensation

Materials, machinery and other equipment are often necessary to carry out construction-related tasks. Though many workers may not give a second thought to the equipment they use to complete their duties, it is not unusual for employees to face serious risks due to the type of materials used. Unfortunately, a construction accident could easily occur due to a malfunction or other unexpected event.

Construction accident: Falls pose threat in North Carolina

Falls make up a considerable number of injury-causing incidents that take place in the construction industry. Unfortunately, the individuals involved in such an event often suffer serious injuries that can have lasting impacts. After experiencing such harm in a construction accident, many injured parties may have questions regarding their ability to obtain workers' compensation.

Family may seek benefits after fatal construction accident

Understandably, any incident that results in a person suffering fatal injuries is devastating. When the injuries occur due to a construction accident, the event can leave employers, other workers and family members considerably shaken. Unfortunately, these types of accidents take place on a fairly common basis, and many individuals do suffer substantially negative impacts.

Construction accident leads to injuries in North Carolina

The type of work a person does for a living can play a significant role in the risks and hazards he or she faces daily. Individuals in the construction industry often face considerable issues due to the various aspects that their jobs require them to handle. Because there are so many factors involved with this line of work, a construction accident can take place suddenly.

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. 

Being injured on the job could cause fatalities in North Carolina

There is no limit on the number of work-related accidents that can take place at any given time. As a result, many individuals are injured on the job every day, and construction accidents are a leading cause of such injuries. Though this type of incident is common, each event is unique, and the outcomes can affect each worker in a different way.

Getting the most out of your workers' comp claim

Each workers' compensation claim varies based on many factors. The amount paid out may be significantly different in each case. How can you get the most out of your claim, and how do you know a settlement offer is fair? Here are a few things to keep in mind.

Construction accident proves fatal in North Carolina

Unfortunately, construction sites are often the scenes for serious work-related accidents. Falls, equipment malfunctions, safety violations and a variety of other factors can all contribute to injury-causing incidents. It is also not unusual for a construction accident to have fatal outcomes, and in such cases, surviving family may need financial assistance in order to handle the repercussions. 

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