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Recovering from a construction injury

If you are employed in the construction industry, you may face any number of risks on the job. Whether you are an electrician, carpenter, painter or work in any other field, there may be many hazards on Georgia job sites that could cause you to become seriously hurt. If you have sustained an injury, our law firm knows how pivotal it is to recover. Aside from physical recovery, it is also important for you to do what you can to recover financially, mentally and in terms of your career.

I-75 collision leaves 1 dead, 3 injured

Perhaps nothing is more unsettling to a driver then getting a flat tire on any of the roads or highways in or around Rome. The feeling of helplessness from having a disabled vehicle may be compounded by the fact that one has to change the tire in order to get out the predicament. Working on a car near a roadway can always be a risky proposition. Often, the conditions do not allow one to pull far enough away from the main road in order to feel completely safe. In such a case, the one working on the vehicle likely holds out hope that other motorists will be aware of his or her presence and take added precautions. Sadly, that is not always the case. 

Being aware of tractor-trailer blind spots

Sharing the road is not just about keeping an eye out for pedestrians, bikes and motorcycles. The biggest vehicles on the road also require special consideration while driving. Road warriors in Georgia can stay safe by remembering this important safety information about tractor-trailer blind spots.

How many workers are killed and hurt in mining accidents?

When it comes to mining accidents, some people may think that injuries and fatalities hardly ever occur. While safety has improved considerably in comparison to generations ago, miners continue to face risks that can claim their lives or cause devastating injuries. For those who work in a mine, as well as the families of miners, recognizing how many fatalities and injuries occur in the mining industry may be useful.

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