Construction Accidents

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Injured at Work? Here’s What You Should Do Next

Regardless of where you work and what your job is, it’s usually possible to be injured at work. Workplace accidents do happen, and they are more common than most people realize. It’s crucial that workers and their loved ones are educated on their rights as well as what to do if injured in a workplace…

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Fatal Explosion Kills Two Houston Workers

In the early hours of Friday, January 24th, an industrial workplace accident startled thousands of Houstonians from their sleep. Residents woke to a roaring explosion originating from Watson Grinding & Manufacturing in Northwest Houston. The explosion, which was caused by propylene gas, claimed the lives of two employees and injured several other workers. The explosion…

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Trench Collapse

Trench Collapse Causes the Death of Construction Worker

The construction industry is full of many life-threatening hazards. Falls, tripping over equipment, electrocutions, and being hit by an object at the jobsite are just a few of the workplace accidents that can injure construction workers. Though accidents can and do occur, when they happen within the construction industry they can quickly become life-threatening. Recently, a trench collapse at a jobsite caused the death of a Texas construction worker.

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Drones

Could Drones Make Workplaces Safer?

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are better known as drones, and these airborne robots can perform tasks that could once only be accomplished by human labor and/or heavy-duty equipment. And, when OSHA decides to use drones to do its own safety inspections, one has to wonder if the devices can help with day-to-day business operations as…

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Construction Accident Attorneys

Construction Worker Falls To Death At Splashtown

A Texas construction worker recently fell to his death off a structure at Splashtown amid preparations to reopen the water park next month. It’s set to open May 4 after renovations are completed. Six Flags, which owns and operates Splashtown, identified the man as an employee of metal fabrication company Trevino Industries. Workplace Fall Risks…

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Construction Accident Attorneys

Why The Texas Construction Industry Is So Dangerous

There are many things about Texas that makes the state unique. In addition to being known as a business-friendly state, Texas is also home to a booming construction industry that employs thousands of Texan workers. Unfortunately, the construction boom came with substantial risks.

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