How Can You Prove Wrongful Death?

How Can You Prove Wrongful Death?

When someone passes away, it takes an emotional toll on their family. Moreover, it can lead to financial hardship. Fortunately, laws in every state can help ease financial problems if a person is legally responsible for causing the victim’s death. What must you prove...
Liability in Construction Sites

Liability in Construction Sites

Construction is an inherently dangerous industry. Workers are expected to perform strenuous physical labor, sometimes at great heights or carrying heavy machinery. Non-worker bystanders and other pedestrians run the risk of injury by falling debris and other dangers....
Construction Accidents and Cranes

Construction Accidents and Cranes

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that there are 125,000 cranes operating in the American construction industry. This equipment is essential for major construction projects, yet the dangers they pose to workers and bystanders can be...
Repetitive Strain Injuries and Work

Repetitive Strain Injuries and Work

The National Safety Council estimates that an American worker is injured on the job every seven seconds. While not all of these injuries are serious or require medical attention, that’s a staggering number nonetheless. This is why the Provo, UT attorneys at Flickinger...
Construction Accidents and Broken Bones

Construction Accidents and Broken Bones

Working in construction can be dangerous. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), construction is one of the deadliest and most dangerous industries to work in. Of the 4,693 worker fatalities recorded in 2016, 991 were in construction. That’s 22.1 percent...