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Blog Posts in March, 2012

  • New Label Requirements for Hazardous Chemicals

    Posted By Industrial Injury Attorney || 29-Mar-2012

    At least 43 million workers come in contact with hazardous chemicals in the U.S. each year; many of those workers have low literacy rates, leaving them confused by complex warning labels and handling instructions. In order to protect these workers, and anyone who has to handle chemicals, the government has announced new regulations regarding the way hazardous products must be labeled. The new ...
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  • Pennsylvania Man Dies in P&G Industrial Accident

    Posted By Industrial Injury Lawyer || 27-Mar-2012

    A Proctor and Gamble employee died after he sustained fatal injuries while working at a production plant. The 36-year-old man was taken directly to Tyler Memorial Hospital after the accident but died later that day. The cause of death was a traumatic head injury. He was working with a paper making machine at the time, according to reports. Investigations are continuing in order to find out the ...
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  • Berkeley Tool Plant Accident Kills Worker

    Posted By Industrial Injury Lawyer || 19-Mar-2012

    An industrial worker was killed in an accident last Thursday that took place at a Berkeley metal and tool manufacturing plant. The accident was caused when a metal grinding wheel struck him in the back of the head. Paramedics were immediately called to the scene at about 10:30pm. The accident is currently undergoing investigation by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The ...
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  • Massey Official Gets Jail Sentence in Connection with Mine Explosion

    Posted By Industrial Injury Lawyer || 13-Mar-2012

    Just a week after the final report on the West Virginia Massey Energy mine explosion was released, the company's former security chief was sentenced to three years in prison. He was convicted of obstructing the criminal investigation into the deadly accident that killed 29 miners. The explosion occurred in the Upper Big Branch Coal mine on April 5, 2010; investigations proved that the incident ...
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  • Worker Pinned Under Equipment Dies

    Posted By Industrial Injury Lawyer || 12-Mar-2012

    Las week in Gaston County, North Carolina, an industrial worker died in an accident. Medics arrived on the scene soon after the accident in order to rescue the worker who was pinned underneath a piece of equipment. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition but then died soon after. Currently the cause of the accident is not known, so an investigation will likely take place to determine ...
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  • Creating a Pre-Lift Plan to Prevent Crane Accidents

    Posted By Industrial Accident Attorney || 9-Mar-2012

    Creating a Pre-Lift Plan to Prevent Crane Accidents When a crane accident occurs, devastating injuries can result both to the workers using the equipment and to innocent bystanders. Some of the most common causes of crane accidents include overloading a crane, operating it on a non-level site and not maintaining good communication between operators and other workers involved in the lift. All of ...
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  • Arnold & Itkin LLP Attorneys File Industrial Accident Lawsuit

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 8-Mar-2012

    The industrial injury attorneys of Arnold & Itkin LLP have recently filed a claim in Harris County, Texas on behalf of an injured industrial worker. The Plaintiff was catastrophically injured at his West Virginia jobsite after he was struck by a piece of equipment. The accident occurred at a Baker Hughes, Superior Energy, and Carrizo Oil & Gas jobsite after the Defendant in the case failed ...
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  • One Killed in Power Line Accident

    Posted By Industrial Injury Lawyer || 6-Mar-2012

    This past Monday, March 5 th in Michigan an industrial accident killed a man and injured another. Both men were working from ladders and fell into electrical wires. The men were working on a two-story building when they both fell and were electrocuted. One man's injuries were worse than the other man's, and he died at the scene. A full-scale investigation is being conducted of the accident ...
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