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December 2013 Archives

Five NYC Construction Plumbing Risks That Need More Attention

Are you wondering what you are getting yourself into every day just by going to work? Are you wondering about the specific risks that you may face working a New York City construction plumbing job? The company hiring you may not point out the different ways that you could be hurt. However, as a New York City construction plumber, you deserve to know the truth..

Five NYC Construction Plumbing Risks That Need More Attention

Are you wondering what you are getting yourself into every day just by going to work? Are you wondering about the specific risks that you may face working a New York City construction plumbing job? The company hiring you may not point out the different ways that you could be hurt. However, as a New York City construction plumber, you deserve to know the truth..

Know What to Do If You're Hurt in a New Jersey Painting Accident

Your workday started as any other. You arrived at the job site and got started painting and staining. Then something went terribly wrong. Maybe you fell from a ladder, maybe you slipped on same paint, or maybe you bent the wrong way. Now you are in a lot of pain and are considering what to do to pay both your medical bills and your regular expenses at a time when you are unable to work as a painter.

Working on a Bergen County Construction Deadline Is No Excuse

While everyone wants the construction job completed on time, sometimes there is more pressure than others to get the job done. You may feel the explicit or implicit pressure to finish your work as quickly as possible even if it means cutting corners or forgoing safety precautions.

The Danger Behind the Walls for New York City Drywallers

The frame of the building is up and the pressure is on to meet the deadline and to get the building ready for occupancy. Right now that may mean two things. The building needs electricity and it needs walls. As a New York City drywaller, it is important to respect that you are working on unfinished walls that likely have electrical wires running behind them and to make sure that you, your employer, and your coworkers are taking the appropriate measures to avoid a serious electric shock or electrocution.

Fighting To Protect What Matters Most

You are not the only one who suffers after a serious accident. Crushing medical bills and lost wages can be devastating to your family for years.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Speak To An Attorney, Get Help.