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Connecticut attorney represents victims of scaffolding falls

Construction sites in Connecticut, whether they are for residential or commercial buildings, are often bustling locations, with men and women of various trades hard at work. There may be numerous contractors working at one time on different portions of a structure, from the foundation, to electrical work, to roof repairs.

What types of dangers exist for Connecticut roof repairers?

We all want a roof over our heads, keeping us warm and safe at night. For Connecticut residents to have this amenity, the services of roof repairers are often necessary to patch holes in roofs and do other repair work. Working at high heights and in potentially unstable conditions on a residential roof may lead to a ladder fall or other accidents on the job, however, highlighting the necessity of safety for roofers.

Injured longshoremen can receive workers' compensation benefits

Longshoremen do hard work, loading and unloading cargo from ships in Connecticut's ports. This work is not without risks either, as longshoremen must deal with massive cargo, heavy machinery and large ships. Sometimes this combination results in injured workers.

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