Work Place Accidents Caused by Explosions, Burns, Cranes, OSHA Violations, Toxic Exposure and Other Dangerous Conditions
As more people are becoming aware, the American worker is under attack. From the 1940´s on, the United States’ manufacturing might expanded until its climax in the 1990´s. Along with that expansion came the enactment of hundreds of federal and state safety laws and regulations designed to protect the American worker from injury or death.
Now, more than ever, certain corporations are cutting corners in safety compliance. Some companies entirely disregard safety and environmental laws, while others just make ignorant mistakes, such as modifying safety guards on a manufacturing press in the hope of speeding up productivity. However, when an American worker is injured or killed because of these safety lapses, their families ultimately pay the biggest price.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed on the job site and you suspect safety violations, contact Spencer Shields for a free consultation. As with many types of serious accidents, time is of the essence. Call now for a free consultation.