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Dangerous Work Site Accident

Losing a loved one in the workplace is devastating and tragic. Unfortunately, for some families, it is hard to get the answers they need to move on. At Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, PC, our Boston wrongful death attorneys understand how the sudden loss of a loved one causes more questions than answers. When you need…

The last thing that anybody wants to worry about is sustaining an on-the-job injury. However, injuries can occur in any industry, though there are some jobs that pose more risks to workers than others. When many people think of dangerous jobs, they think of construction workers, firefighters, police officers, and more. However, a recent incident…

Bill would make Massachusetts state workplaces safer Since 1970, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has set standards to protect workers in the private sector. If there is an accident at a construction site, or if someone is injured at a manufacturing facility, OSHA will investigate the incident, order the employer to make any…

Construction workers play an important part in making our society better. Their worksites, however, are often very dangerous and both employers and workers must do their part to protect construction workers from the hazards on the construction site. Workers Deserve Safety Massachusetts employers are required by law to protect their workers. The law requires them…

  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the division of the U.S. Department of Labor charged with protecting the safety of employees in the workplace. OSHA’s mission is to prevent construction accidents, industrial injuries, and other workplace accidents. It seeks to do this through setting and enforcing safety standards, designing and delivering education…

It’s no secret that construction worksites are dangerous places. Take a look at a typical construction site and you’ll see a hectic scene. People are building things all around the place, heavy machinery is moving from here to there, holes are being dug, forms are being made, trucks are coming and going, roadways and walkways…

On September 25, 2008, the plaintiff, a 47-year-old male, was employed by a temporary employment agency and working at an auto parts warehouse. At worksite where the accident happened, he was in the process of receiving a pallet of auto parts that had been hoisted by forklift and delivered through a receiving gate on the…