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Highway Site Accidents
The first thing that comes to mind in a highway site accident is a worker getting hit by a passing vehicle. That’s just one example. But does anyone think about girder beams being carried by trucks or pulled by bulldozers? Just as in construction and equipment accidents, highway site accidents can involve heavy machinery used to pave highways, carry loads, demolish road materials and lay down tar and other road making materials and substance. Chemicals and substances used can have both short- and long-term effects. Moreover there could be danger of being struck by flying gravel, splattering hot tar, or even the use of pesticides and herbicides along roadways. There are many examples of injuries that are the result of exposure to hazardous material and the operation of heavy equipment.
The workers in this field, and many others like it, often are injured yet chalk it up to the job. However, as time passes, the injuries sustained become more serious and injured workers don’t know who to turn to in order to relieve their agony. First, consult a doctor, then call Tully Rinckey. Our lawyers have the experience to handle your case and get a resolution to your particular situation.
Our Albany personal injury attorneys offer free initial consultations to potential clients, so we can meet and discuss your case in person. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or death due to a highway site accident, call Tully Rinckey today at 1-888-529-4543 to set up a free meeting to discuss your case.
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