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BLOGS ON Construction Accidents

How An Accident Can Be Prevented On The Construction Site  in New York

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | April 20, 2018


Over 4600 construction worker's lives were taken in 2016 due to construction site accidents. OSHA creates safety standards to try to make the work place a safe environment. If these safety rules are followed,  many of these construction workers would be alive today. Unfortunately a large percentage of construction sites when inspected are discovered to be in violation of OSHA safety standards. In our latest blog learn how construction employers can prevent work site accidents. If you or a loved one was injured due to their employer failing to take these precautions, contact our office today. We can help.


Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | April 30, 2017


Warmer weather is upon us which means more construction in Central New York. Unfortunately, this increase also means a rise in construction accidents. Between 2005 and 2015 there were 464 construction worker deaths while on the jobsite. Falls remain to be the top cause of construction site accidents representing 49 percent of casualties in New York State. Shockingly, more than 68 percent of OSHA construction safety inspections find violations. Most are minor, however even small infractions can cause serious injuries. Learn how to avoid these common hazards that cause construction accidents in the latest blog from Brindisi, Murad, Brindisi & Pearlman.

Construction Site Accidents: Who IS Responsible?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | July 22, 2016


It is well known that construction work is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. Everyday a construction worker reports for work, they put their life at risk. In fact, one in ten construction workers are injured every year. These construction accidents, more often than not, result in serious injuries, if not, death. The worst part is, these construction accidents and injuries are preventable. So why do they keep happening?


Generally, contractors and subcontractors control the safety of the work site. Most of these companies are both diligent and conscientious about protecting the safety of their workers. However, the sad fact is there are still too many contractors that, oftentimes, try to cut corners by ignoring basic safety regulations that put construction workers at risk.


Construction safety should always be a top priority on any construction site.


Injured on a construction site...What to Do Next?

Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | April 1, 2016


You may see them working on the road on your way to work. They may be working with you to build your dream home. Or, you may be related to one. Either way, construction workers are a vital part of our society. These important workers put their lives at risk every day to build us new roadways, bridges, buildings, and more. Construction workers face very hazardous conditions on the job. In fact, 1 in 5 construction workers reported suffering an on-the-job injury.



Stay up to date on the latest with BMBP plus get tips every month on how to stay safe in Upstate New York and learn what to do if you are involved in an accident.

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