Four Common Causes of California Construction Injuries

Work-related injuries can cause a major disruption in your life. If you have been injured in a construction accident, you know the inconvenience of not being able to perform daily functions, let alone work.  When a major construction injury occurs, it leaves you wondering how you are going to pay the bills and take care of your family.

As far as construction accidents go, there are all types of scenarios that can lead to serious work injuries.  Below is a list of four common accidents that occur on construction sites.

Falling objects.  Hard hats are a must on any construction site, but sometimes, even this safety device won’t provide adequate protection from falling debris.  When a falling object hits a construction worker, the result can be head trauma and other major injuries.

Falls.  Fall accidents on construction sites are commonplace.  These types of accidents are catastrophic by nature and tend to cause permanent injuries and death.

Crane collapses.  Crane accidents have made headlines in recent years, as they have been to blame for numerous deaths.  A crane accident can result from a defective part, untrained operator or other cause.

Electrical accidents.  Electricians aren’t the only ones at risk of electrical shock and electrocution on a construction site.  Any construction worker who is near a power line or is working with a defective piece of equipment risks sustaining an electrical injury.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction accident in Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, San Diego or other location in Southern California, you should contact Steinberg Injury Lawyers at (800) 989-6385 for legal advice.  You may be entitled to financial benefits under California workers compensation law.  Contact a Los Angeles construction accident lawyer at our office for more information.
Peter Steinberg, Esq.
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