The Accident Lawyers Network Blog
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Man Dies in Construction Accident
In Calgary, Alberta, a man was killed when metal forms shifted, slipped, and fell on him. Other workers at the building said they could feel the entire building shake when the construction accident occurred.
Unfortunately, construction accidents occur all the time whether the construction site is a house, building, or office, being injured on the job can be terrible. If you’ve ever been injured in a construction accident, it’s important that you contact an experienced construction accident lawyer.
Construction accidents can be very confusing. Often times, construction accident cases involve worker’s compensation, medical history, employment background, and even wrongful death. Since construction accident cases can be so difficult to handle, meeting with an experienced construction accident lawyer is the best thing to do if you’ve been injured.
In addition to construction accidents, people can be injured as a result of many other accidents while at work, including slip and fall accidents, elevator accidents, and pedestrian accidents.
If you or a loved one has been injured after a construction accident or any other kind of accident, please contact the Accident Lawyers Network today to schedule a free initial construction accident consultation.
posted by Evan Langsted at 4:37 PM
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