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What is the death rate on construction accidents in Corpus Christi?

  • By admin
  • On March 29, 2017
  • In Construction Accidents

While many jobs are considered dangerous, few pose the hazards to workers like construction jobs. Everyday, construction workers face significant risks while going about their daily duties. Below is an overview of construction accidents and how a personal injury lawyer can help those who are hurt on the job. If you have been injured in a construction accident, contact a Corpus Christi construction accident lawyer today to discuss the options you have available under the law.

Types Of Accidents

While every construction site has the potential for worker injury, some types of accidents occur more often than others. Some of the most common construction accidents in the United States today are:

  • Electrocutions
  • Falling From Great Heights
  • Slip And Fall Accidents
  • Falling Construction Debris Or Objects
  • Fire
  • Explosions
  • Getting Hit By Construction Vehicles
  • Being Caught Between Objects
  • Accidents With Machinery
  • Trench Collapses

Common Construction Injuries

The United States Department Of Labor reported 4,836 construction worker deaths in 2015 alone. This averages to 13 worker deaths every day in the United States. In accidents that are not fatal, the most common injuries are:

  • Head Injuries
  • Broken Bones
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Amputations

If you were injured in a construction accident or have a loved one who died in a construction related accident, contact a Corpus Christi construction accident lawyer. J. Reyna Law Firm has the qualified lawyers that will discuss with you your options under the law.

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