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April 2014 Archives

Many Texas workers uninsured by employers

According to Texas state insurance officials, a minimum of 500,000 workers have no occupational insurance coverage available in case of an accident on the job. This figure represents the number of employees who are not covered under a state-approved workers' compensation plan or a private alternative.

Texas construction worker injured in elevator incident

According to EMS officials in Austin, a construction worker suffered critical injuries after he was pinned by an elevator at a construction site on April 9. The incident occurred at the Colorado Tower building in downtown Austin a little past 10 a.m. Emergency personnel rushed the man to the University Medical Center Brackenridge for treatment of injuries officials described as life-threatening.

Petroleum company sued for a contractor's injury

According to a lawsuit filed in the Galveston County District Court, a Texas man suffered severe injury as a result of an explosion at his work site. The man says that the work injury occurred at the refinery where he was working because a flare line was not isolated properly.

Two workers killed in telecommunications tower collapse

Construction workers in Texas may be interested in this story about the recent collapse of a communications tower in Kansas. Two Missouri men, who were working on a tower in Blaine that was being dismantled, lost their lives when it collapsed. One was transported to a local hospital where he died later and the other died at the scene.

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