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Wednesday, July 14, 2004

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That's good to know, thanks a lot!

James Ferris

I don't know if it's fine that the judgment was reversed, and the case was remanded.

Keith

Well, when the subcontractor installed the toe boards, it owed the employee a common law duty to install them in a non-negligent manner. Therefore, summary judgment was granted in error.

Joshua Evans

Well, when the subcontractor installed the toe boards, it owed the employee a common law duty to install them in a non-negligent manner. Therefore, summary judgment was granted in error.

Joshua

For construction accident injury cases you take suggestion from the solicitors . solicitors provide good way for the injury claims cases and better compensation claims and you receive the free compensation and earning of loss and medical expenses due to the accident and injures cases. So you help the solicitors for safety of your life and compensation claims.

One in five of all construction workers suffer an annual work-related injury, and many of these are serious enough to warrant a construction injury compensation payment. According to the Health and Safety Authority of Ireland despite having the 3rd lowest rate of construction accidents in the EU, there were still 5,814 non-fatal injuries and 15 fatal injuries in 2008 alone.

The construction industry is by its nature dangerous, and every year there are a large number of accidents leading to workers making an injury claim. Over 20% of all construction workers sustain an injury every year, although not all of these require them to make an injury claim. 11% of all non-fatal workplace injuries arise from the construction sector.

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The Health and Safety Executive provide guidelines for employers to prevent dangerous falls at work under the Work at Height Regulations, and other laws are also in place to safeguard employees.

Different forms of construction pose different accident hazards to workers. Some of the commonly cited accidents leading to injury in the modern construction industry are:
Slips, trips, and workplace falls
Electrical accidents
Scaffolding, crane, or equipment falls
Moving vehicle collisions
Burns, either chemical, electric, and from welding
Explosions
For injured workers, receiving appropriate medical care should be the first concern.

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