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On behalf of Tomkiel & Tomkiel posted in Construction Accidents on Friday, February 14, 2014. Construction accidents should not be described as a “trend.” Sadly, in Brazil there seems to be a trend developing for fatal construction accidents in connection with the building of soccer stadiums for the upcoming World Cup. While official pronouncements express

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On behalf of Tomkiel & Tomkiel posted in Construction Accidents on Friday, February 7, 2014. A construction worker died last week during construction of a new football stadium and pedestrian bridge for Baylor University in Texas. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) began their investigation to determine the cause of the fatal construction accident.

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On behalf of Tomkiel & Tomkiel posted in Construction Accidents on Wednesday, January 29, 2014. As we have previously noted, there are many ways to be injured or killed on a construction site. From falls to being crushed by heavy equipment, workers safety demands constant vigilance on the part of everyone on the work site.

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On behalf of Tomkiel & Tomkiel posted in Construction Accidents on Sunday, January 26, 2014. It can be very dangerous when unsafe conditions arise in relation to a piece of equipment during construction work. Examples of things that can lead to unsafe conditions arising in relation to a piece of equipment include failure by a

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