Failure to Train
Construction companies must properly train their employees. Construction work requires workers to use power tools and operate heavy machinery. In addition workers may be working around dangerous power lines and at extreme heights. Workers must be trained how to operate the tools and machinery safely. They must also be well versed in how to avoid injury when working in dangerous locations. The attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates provide years of courtroom experience to those families and individuals who have been injured due to a construction company’s failure to properly train their employees.
At Duke Burleson & Associates we understand the hardships that accompany an injury or loss. The personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates can help with the issues of medical bills, loss of employment, disability, and many other difficult situations.Failure to Train Construction Workers
A Construction company can be held liable for injuries sustained by an employee who the company did not properly train. The following are examples of injuries that can result when a construction company fails to properly train their workers:
- Broken Bones
- Deep Lacerations
- Brain Damage
- Head Injuries
If you or a loved one has been injured due to a construction company’s failure to provide proper employee training Duke Burleson & Associates may be able to recover damages on your behalf. This may include compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, inability to work, and lost income. Let the personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates get to work for you.