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Fatal Work Accident Lawyer
According to the Department of Labor and Statistics- OSHA report, out of 3,929 worker fatalities in the private industry in calendar year 2013, 796 or 20.3% were in construction. That means that one in five worker deaths last year were in a construction accident. The leading causes that lead to a fatal work accident occurring are referred to as the “fatal four.” The fatal four includes falls, being struck by object, electrocutions, and caught in/between. These four types of industrial accidents account for more than half of construction worker deaths at 58.7%.
Common Causes for Fatal Work Accidents
- Industrial Accident,
- Construction Accident,
- Scaffolding Accident,
- Refinery Plant Accident - including cases involving a Refinery Plant Explosion and Chemical Exposure,
- Industrial plant and warehouse accidents,
- Crane Accident
- Forklift Accident - including other cases involving Heavy equipment accidents,
- Train related deaths at shipping ports,
- Commercial drivers killed in collisions or loading accidents,
- Seamen / Longshoremen Accident - where they have been killed at sea or on the docks.
Information on Wrongful Death Claims for Fatal Work Accidents
Experienced Fatal Work Accident Lawyer
Fatal Work Accident - Research and Reports - Galveston County / League City
Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Summary, 2013
Fatal Occupational Injury Data and Information
Fatal occupational injuries in Texas
Texas Fatal Occupational Injuries Decrease in 2013 (Preliminary Results)
Fatal occupational injuries by industry and event or exposure, Texas, 2013
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