According to an article, work at a bridge construction site was halted after a worker was crushed to death by a concrete beam. According to investigating officials, the worker was tethered to the concrete beam when the beam collapsed and crushed him to death. After conducting an investigation of the construction accident death, officials said that the concrete beam collapsed because someone had welded couplers to a rod that held together a temporary brace. The welding weakened the rods to the point that they were no longer strong enough to hold the weight of the beam, which lead directly to the beam falling and crushing the worker to death.
Construction workers in Arizona face the very same risks on the job every day. If you or someone you care for is killed or injured at work in a construction accident, the Phoenix construction accident lawyers at Breyer Law Offices P.C. may be able to help with a personal injury claim, in addition to all the benefits allowed under workers compensation laws. With their skills and experience, these Arizona construction accident attorneys can help your family receive the compensation it deserves to offset the high costs of medical care and recuperation. Never sign a document that you do not fully understand. You could be forfeiting your right to compensation. Instead, call the Arizona construction accident law firm of Breyer Law Offices P.C.
Arizona construction workers working around cranes, heavy beams and other heavy equipment face similar dangers on the job every day. If you or someone you care for is injured on a construction site, call the Arizona welding accident lawyers at Breyer Law Offices P.C. today at 602.978.6400 to schedule a free consultation.