Work Accidents

  • Dallas Nonsubscriber Work Injury Lawyer

    … is involved) by law. While this is a great deal for employers, victims are afforded no leverage, cannot see their own doctor, and are often denied coverage for a variety of reasons. If you were injured at work and your employer does not carry workers’ comp, we urge you to call us as soon as possible. The Dallas works accident attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm…

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  • Manufacturing Plant & Factory Worker Injuries

    … for no cost. Manufacturing Plant & Factory Accidents Texas is home to dozens of manufacturing plants and factories which produce everything from food, to furniture, to oil & gas. Tens of thousands of Texans work in these environments, which are often fraught with risk and dangerous scenarios. According to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics…

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  • Dallas Electrocution Attorney

    … currents flowing through them. At the same time, electricity passing through the chest muscles causes tetany of the said muscles, often resulting in respiratory arrest. Electrocution also typically affects the central nervous system, resulting in cell and nerve death. It’s usually said that any form of serious electric shock results in some degree…

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  • Aaron Stevens Killed in Godley, TX Electrocution Accident

    … Cantrell, Stevens and his brother were installing a sign for Multi-Chem (an oilfield chemical business) when the lift they were in was raised too high, causing Stevens’ head to touch the overhead power line. CPR was performed on Stevens and he was transported via CareFlite to Texas Health Cleburne Hospital, where he was pronounced deceased at 2…

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  • Electricians Injured On the Job

    … a significant difference in occupational safety. On the other hand, fatalities in other industries remained constant or increased during the five-year period between 2003 and 2007. Summary of accidents. Between 2003 and 2007, ESFI discovered 28,401 workers lost their lives due to accidents on the job. The most-common types of fatal accidents fell…

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  • Dallas Roofing Accident Attorney

    …. Injuries can be extremely serious. Back problems are very common in the roofing industry due to the strain that roofers experience during the course of their work day. Roofers also work with a variety of power equipment that can lead to serious accidents including broken bones, amputations, and puncture wounds. Nearly one-fifth of all work-related deaths…

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  • Dallas Power Line Accident Attorney

    …. Power Line Accidents & Electrocutions There are several ways in which a person can come in contact with live (energized) power lines, but the most-common scenarios in Dallas usually occur with utility line workers, construction laborers, and as a result of downed or damaged overhead lines. These kind of accidents are almost always blamed…

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  • Dallas Scissor Lift Accident Attorney

    … to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is that from 1993 to 1999, there was an average of 18 boom lift and eight scissor lift-related deaths annually in the construction industry alone. The root causes of the majority of the falls from these pieces of equipment are reportedly unsafe actions due to a lack of training and unsafe conditions such as lax safety…

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  • Dallas Crane Accident Lawyer

    … for a free consultation. We can explain the legal options available to you, for free, over the phone. While it’s possible that the crane in question had a manufacturing defect or was otherwise defective, history tells us that these accidents are almost always caused by human error. This doesn’t mean that the operator is solely liable for all…

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  • Dallas Fatal Workplace Accident Lawyer

    …Has a loved one died in an on-the-job accident? Call us today at 1-877-405-4313 to discuss your family’s legal options. Texas unfortunately leads the country when it comes to workplace fatalities. Many workers in the oil, gas and construction industries are at a much greater risk of being injured or killed in a workplace accident due to the fact…

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  • On the Job Wrongful Death Lawyer in Dallas

    …, families of those killed through negligence (as is often the case in a work-related accident) are often left with no sense of justice. The negligent employer is not usually charged with a crime, and often faces no repercussions for their actions. While the employer may escape criminal charges, the family of the victim is often allowed to hold…

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  • Should I wait for OSHA to finish their investigation?

    …Answer: It is not necessary or even advisable to wait until OSHA finishes their investigation to gather necessary information related to a work accident case. In fact, you should begin gathering information and speaking with attorneys immediately after the accident! Building your case is important and needs to be done as soon as possible. If you…

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  • Migauel Barron Killed in a Beaumont, TX Refinery Accident

    … at the Beaumont refinery. We have notified the appropriate authorities and are working to investigate the cause of the incident. We are greatly saddened by this and express our deepest sympathy to his family and his co-workers.” OSHA is currently investigating this accident. The post Migauel Barron Killed in a Beaumont, TX Refinery Accident appeared first on Rasansky Law Firm. …

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  • Chemical Plant & Refinery Accidents

    … wages, etc) related to the work accident. Workers’ compensation may prevent you from filing a lawsuit. Many people do not know this, but your legal options following a workplace accident directly depend on your employers workers’ comp status. Because workers’ compensation coverage is optional in Texas (as opposed to every other state), you…

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  • Am I an employee or an independent contractor?

    …Answer: There’s a lot of confusion (and misinformation) about employment status in Texas. It is important to note that just because you work on-site on a daily basis doesn’t mean that you are a full-fledged employee. Likewise, just because your boss tells you that you’re a contractor doesn’t mean that you are an independent contractor in the eyes…

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