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Injuries commonly suffered by construction workers

As a Minnesota construction worker, you face a unique set of hazards that place you at considerable risk of suffering a work-related injury. At the Fellman Law Office, we assist many clients who suffer injuries while performing jobs like yours, and we have a solid understanding of the physical and financial hardships that can develop because of your chosen career.

Per Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, your construction job places you at risk for a broad range of injuries, ranging from the relatively minor to the potentially fatal. You may suffer cuts and lacerations because of your use of certain cutting tools, nails, drills and related machinery and equipment, and you may also experience vision or hearing loss, which can develop due to continued exposure to harsh chemicals or loud noise. Taking certain safety precautions, such as donning protective eye and ear wear, can reduce your risk of experiencing vision or hearing loss, though doing so may not eliminate your risk completely.

You also run the risk of suffering serious head or spinal cord injuries due to the nature of your job. They might result from a fall or a hit on the head, and severe hits may lead to concussion or traumatic brain injury. You may, too, experience broken or crushed bones because of the demands of a construction career. Your regular use of heavy machinery and equipment enhances your chance of suffering this type of injury, and it also places you in danger of losing fingers and even limbs.

Construction workers like you face unique hazards in the workplace, and in some cases, taking proper precautions can help you avoid them. If you suffered injury while working at a construction site, consider getting in touch with an attorney. 

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