Receive Compensation for Construction Accident Injuries
Construction workers and artisans face the risk of injury every day, whether they are working on a residential renovation or a major commercial development.
A construction site presents many situations that can result in injury to a worker. You might operate machinery or work on scaffolding or a rooftop. You might spend your day constantly bending and lifting, or using repetitive motions. Carpenters, electricians, masons, roofers, plumbers, laborers, and other types of construction workers may be entitled to workers’ compensation if they are injured while doing their job.
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Common workplace injuries for construction workers and skilled artisans
- Neck, spine, and lower back injuries
- Shoulder and arm injuries
- Leg pain and foot injuries
- Falls and industrial accidents
- Neurological damage
- Arthritis from degenerative or repetitive trauma at work
- Hearing loss and damage
- Electrical shock
- Loss of limbs and appendages
- Brain trauma
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
How do construction workers and artisans get injured?
A fall from a scaffold or roof can cause debilitating, long-term injuries, as can working with faulty or improperly maintained equipment and machinery. You may have been exposed to hazardous materials like asbestos, lead, or chemicals. Perhaps your boss is rushing to finish a project and expects you to work overtime or in unsafe weather. Maybe you aren’t given the personal protective equipment you need to do your job safely. All these situations could put you at risk and entitle you to receive workers’ compensation benefits if you are injured.