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Attorney provides guidance following construction accidents

Construction work is necessary and important work. Connecticut construction workers build new structures, rehabilitate older buildings and repair roadways, all of which are vital for the community. Yet this work presents the possibilities of injuries to construction workers.

What should I do if I think my Connecticut workplace is unsafe?

Connecticut workers want to go to work in a safe environment, and the law requires that they have this right. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers must provide working conditions without known dangers for their employees. Unfortunately, however, sometimes safety hazards exist, and a worker may be concerned that there is a risk that he or she might be injured in an accident at work due to the working conditions. What should a worker in this situation do?

Confined spaces present risks for construction accidents

Construction work presents a myriad of dangers for Connecticut workers. From crane accidents to scaffolding falls, each jobsite presents many potential hazards for a worker to be injured on a construction site. One potential source of injury for construction workers is in confined spaces.

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