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07/30/21   |   By

Lessons From the Florida Building Collapse: What We Can Learn About Staying Safe In Old Buildings

After a year of COVID dominating international headlines, 2021 gave us another terrible story on which to fixate: the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. This tragedy involved a beachfront condominium, […]

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08/09/17   |   By

Can an Injured Employee Receive Benefits in Addition to Workers Comp?

After a construction accident, injured workers may be entitled to a recovery through a workers compensation claim. However, these benefits are limited. In some cases, you may be able to […]

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07/31/17   |   By

Do I Need a Lawyer for a Workers Comp Claim?

Workers compensation benefits can help you recover the cost of your medical bills and a portion of your lost wages after a work injury. However, the workers comp system limits […]

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06/13/17   |   By

How Can You Prevent Construction Site Accidents?

It is the general contractor’s job to prevent construction site accidents by following all safety rules and regulations on a project. However, when a contractor is pressed for time, corners […]

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06/13/09   |   By

Traumatic Workplace Injuries Plague Americans | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, Esquire According to NIOSH, “each day, U.S. workers suffer injury, disability, and death from workplace incidents. On average, 15 workers die each day from traumatic […]

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02/16/08   |   By

Safe Driving in Work Zones | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

Winter weather in the DC Metro Area and elsewhere can take a toll on aging streets and roadways.  Potholes caused by freezing water can quickly turn w

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