Construction Accidents Can Cause Painful and Disabling Injuries

By Staff Blogger | October 23rd, 2018

Working in the construction industry can be dangerous. Research shows that 254 workers in the construction business suffered fatal injuries in 2016, and another 24,650 workers suffered nonfatal injuries while they were...

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3 Common Mistakes That Can Jeopardize Construction Accident Claims

By Staff Blogger | June 12th, 2018

Texas has one of the strongest economies of any state in the U.S., and that means there’s a big demand for new homes, retail establishments, and industrial buildings. Construction is a significant industry in the Lone...

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What Should You Do after a Construction Accident?

By Staff Blogger | January 16th, 2018

Construction sites can be extremely dangerous. In addition to the risks associated with heavy machinery and large vehicles with big blind spots, workers are also at risk of falling off scaffolding or being hit by...

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Why Do You Need a Lawyer after a Construction Accident?

By Staff Blogger | December 5th, 2017

Working on a construction site can be physically demanding. It often involves heavy lifting, working on scaffolding high above the ground, and working with heavy machinery. In addition to taking a physical toll on...

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Injuries Associated with Construction Accidents

By Staff Blogger | September 12th, 2017

Texas remains one of the nation’s epicenters for technology and business. The influx of corporations and new residents to the Lone Star State means that new construction is always in demand. And while construction jobs...

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Are You Covered by Workers' Compensation?

By Staff Blogger | July 11th, 2017

With all the construction projects currently underway in our communities, it’s important that Texas construction workers know what to do in the event of a serious on-the-job accident. You might think you’re covered by...

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A Texas Construction Accident Could Cost You

By Staff Blogger | February 27th, 2017

Construction work is hard. If you don’t believe us, try standing outside in the hot Texas sun for eight hours straight. That’ll give you a glimpse into how difficult construction work can be. Along with being...

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Maximizing Your Construction Accident Injury Claim

By Staff Blogger | January 3rd, 2017

Folks in Texas work hard. It’s simply in our DNA. We were raised that taking pay for a job half-done is wrong, so we give our all every time we punch the clock. Although honorable, that way of life can get folks in...

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Three Steps to Follow After a Texas Construction Accident

By Staff Blogger | July 15th, 2014

The oil and natural gas industries are two of the largest employers in Texas, but working in these fields comes with certain risks of accidental workplace injuries or death. This includes the accidents during the...

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How A Texas Construction Accident Can Quickly Become Complicated

By Staff Blogger | July 8th, 2014

The construction industry in Texas can be an extremely dangerous environment to work in, especially for migrant workers. This is because many construction operations let safety take the backseat in the hopes of...

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