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Minimizing Fatal Four risks can help save construction workers

Construction workers have to watch for many hazards when they are on the job. Some of these can cause minor injuries, but others can lead to more serious -- and even fatal -- injuries. On average, more than 14 people die each day at work. Some of those fatalities are in the construction industry.

Fight for the benefits you deserve after a construction accident

Construction zones have many hazards that just come with the duties of the job. This doesn't mean that workers should just suck up the danger and take chances with each shift. We know that no construction worker goes to work with the hope of being injured while they are there. They usually take all the necessary steps to do their jobs safely, but things might still happen. Some of these might be due to defective equipment or safety rules that are too lax.

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