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Dangerous Connecticut construction site leads to fines

After allowing several construction workers to work in a seriously dangerous work environment, a Connecticut construction company is facing substantial fines. A recent investigation of Whole Life Construction LLC revealed significant OSHA violations that posed the potential for major construction accidents.

What medical conditions result from construction site injuries?

Construction sites pose risks for many different types of injuries. A Connecticut worker may suffer from a fall, be injured by a piece of equipment or a falling building, or even in an explosion. When a worker is injured on a construction site, he or she may develop a wide range of medical conditions due to his or her injury.

Connecticut attorney helps those with work-related illnesses

Connecticut workers contract illnesses every day. Whether a person learns he has cancer or comes down with a bout of the flu, an illness will affect a worker's life and ability to perform his or her job. Sometimes workers can contract illnesses due to the very nature of their workplace. Perhaps a worker contracts an asbestos-related illness or becomes poisoned due to toxic exposure in the workplace, as this blog reported in a previous post.

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