Teens Can Suffer After Workplace Accidents In California
Teens are most likely to suffer workplace accidents. If he or she has been injured at work, seek an award of damages for the injury suffered including the losses.
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A first job can be an exciting event for teens in California and elsewhere across the country. Kids can start to work as early as fourteen or fifteen years of age in many cases. The types of work that they are allowed to do may vary according to their age, but the fact that teens … READ MORE
California employees working in construction know that their jobs could be dangerous. Accidents in this industry can easily lead to serious injuries for those involved. One worker in another state was recently injured after the trench he was in collapsed. Authorities reported that the man was working with his team to connect to a main … READ MORE
Workers who fall at work are at risk of very serious injuries, especially when the fall is from an elevated area. One of the possible injuries that might occur is a head injury, of which there are several types. One thing that is universal for all of these head injuries is that injured workers can … READ MORE
Workplace accidents may cause severe injuries
11 Jun 2017 | William J. Kropach
Even with the safety measures employers have in place to prevent accidents, injuries still occur in the construction industry. Whether caused by unforeseen circumstances or simple mistakes, workplace accidents can lead to serious injuries for those involved. One California construction worker recently suffered injuries caused by a fire that broke out while he and his … READ MORE
There are many ways California employees could find themselves injured on the job. Whether from falls, malfunctioning equipment or other factors, these injuries can cause serious problems for employees. When this occurs, workers may consider filing workers’ compensation claims to assist them throughout recovery. Two employees in another state may file claims after they were … READ MORE