Construction zones are dangerous for workers and passersby

Construction can seem like a constant in our lives. Projects begin and sometimes never seem to end. When one project does finally end, then construction work begins somewhere else. Often, the projects are entirely necessary and beneficial to society. But the benefits of construction can quickly seem less valuable when a construction accident takes place.

This personal injury blog is no stranger to sharing posts about construction workers who sustain workplace injuries. But this post is a bit different, while still highlighting the importance of safety at construction zones. A young boy was involved in an out-of-state accident when he fell into a manhole at a construction site.

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