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December 2013 Archives

Texas barn collapse results in 4 employees being hurt at work

The construction industry is one of the largest employment entities in Texas and carries one of the highest risk environments for being hurt at work. Employers are expected to follow specific safety standards and provide necessary training to workers who are placed on job sites. A recent OSHA investigation placed citations on two construction companies for their responsibility for four workers hurt at work in a structure collapse.

Heavy equipment poses threat on Texas construction sites

If and when an accident occurs on a construction, there are generally lives at stake. People working on or near construction sites could be in danger of being catastrophically injured if something goes wrong, so it is crucial that steps be taken to prevent a construction accident in the first place.

Winter weather presents serious work hazards across Texas

Many areas of Texas are simply not equipped to deal with serious winter weather, like the storms that swept through parts of the state last weekend. Schools were closed, roads were blocked and people were stranded in airports as the ice and snow swept across the country.

Young man's health, future derailed by workplace accident

Getting injured on the job is not something that victims should take lightly. Depending on the nature of an accident, a person could be permanently and seriously hurt because of negligence on a Texas job site. Because of this, it can be crucial for victims to hold a negligent party accountable not only for the accident, but also for the future damages that can be suffered as a result of a work-related injury.

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