Category: Construction Accidents
Supervisory positions are the dream of many Americans. We imagine ourselves working our way up the ranks, until we are the ones in charge, the ones collecting the big paychecks, the ones making a salary instead of a wage. In most lines of work, the higher you go the less
Housing is back! This wonderful development is all over the news, and the uptick in construction jobs is a boon for many struggling communities. Before the Great Recession, housing was responsible for a large percentage of jobs in many towns across the country, and when housing cratered it took those
Construction accidents are not to be taken lightly, whether in an upward turn of the economy or in a downward turn when business is slower. Construction workers know they risk injury on the job at any given time and have many factors to take into consideration for their safety. The
If you work in an industry that deals with excessively loud machinery, you know how sensitive your ears become after a long day at work. Naturally, you take precautions like wearing the required earplugs and ear wear mandated by regulations within your industry, and do your best to protect yourself.