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Everything You Need to Know About Indiana Work Zone Laws

May 3, 2017

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Road work is a thankless but necessary job. Roadside workers are constantly repairing or rebuilding roadways to keep them safe and operational. For them to do their jobs safely, it’s …

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Workplace Injuries Down, Fatalities Up

April 14, 2016

There was good news and bad news when it comes to workplace safety last year: serious workplace injury and illness was down from the previous year, but fatal on-the-job accidents …

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Construction is One of the Most Dangerous Industries

April 7, 2016

Construction continues to be one of the most dangerous industries in the United States. In 2014, 20% of all worker fatalities happened on a construction site. That added up to …

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Falling Objects in Construction Areas

November 27, 2015

Injuries caused by falling objects can be devastating, even life threatening. Although falling objects can strike any part of the body, in most cases the head takes a blow in …

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OSHA Regulations To Avoid Construction Accidents

November 23, 2015

Construction accidents often happen due to negligence. People need to be properly trained so that there are less accidents, especially when heavy machinery is being used. OSHA has many regulations …

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New Stoplights on I-65 Detour in Boone County

October 14, 2015

(Photo: Chris Morisse Vizza/Journal & Courier) The lack of a traffic light at the intersection of U.S. 52 and State Highway 47, which is along the heavily trafficked I-65 detour, …

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$15.2 Million Verdict In Forklift Accident

September 25, 2015

On Thursday, August 27, a jury in Cook County, Illinois, awarded $15.2 million to a military veteran injured in a 2012 forklift accident at Chicago’s McCormick Place. Uncertified Fork Lift …

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Don’t Ignore Construction Accidents

September 4, 2015

We all maintain our livelihood in one way or another. For some of us, it may require sitting behind a desk all day. For others, it may require a lot of …

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What to Do Following a Construction Accident

June 30, 2015

Unfortunately, working in the construction industry comes with its share of risks. Even if you are extremely careful, it is likely that you will experience an accident at one time …

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Construction Accidents and Pedestrian Safety

May 1, 2015

Construction sites pose many hazards and unsafe conditions, not only for construction workers, but for pedestrians in the area as well. According to The New York Times, a 37 year-old woman …

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