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July 2015 Archives

Machinery accidents necessitate Connecticut attorney guidance

The very nature of construction work is dangerous work. Connecticut construction workers are often working with heavy machinery or at great heights. They have to make quick decisions and handle cumbersome equipment. These situations inevitably present the possibility of injury, and some construction accidents even lead to death (as this blog reported in a previous post).

What steps should I take if I am injured at work in Connecticut?

A Connecticut worker who is injured on the job may have many questions running through his or her mind immediately after the accident. Will I be able to work again? How long will I be out of work? How much will my medical care cost? But, a worker's first thought may simply be - what do I do now? There are simple steps that a person should take in the event he or she suffers an injury at work.

Heat illness presents dangers for Connecticut workers

The summer heat is here, and while it may be enjoyable for a trip to the beach, the heat can present serious dangers for many Connecticut workers, including various forms of heat illness. Heat illness is a serious workplace illness, but, fortunately, with the proper precautions, one that is preventable.

Tragic construction worker accident at Connecticut airport

Deaths connected to plane crashes are often front-page stories. They typically involve a large number of fatalities and attention-grabbing images. Airports, not just airplanes, can also present the possibility of danger, particularly when construction is ongoing. One family knows this all too well following a loved one's death while performing construction work at the Sikorsky Memorial Airport outside of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Toxic exposure presents danger in Connecticut workplaces

Connecticut workers have the right to work in a safe environment. We all want to have the opportunity to have productive jobs in safe locations. Some Connecticut workers, however, may face the possibility of long-term exposure to toxic chemicals due to the nature and duration of their work. Such toxic exposure could prove hazardous to a worker's health.

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