Dugan & Associates, P.C.
No Recovery - No Fee Free Consultation
Serving all of Western Pennsylvania
Local: 412-353-3572 Toll Free: 888-9-9-D-U-G-A-N Toll Free: 888-9-9-D-U-G-A-N

Pittsburgh Workers' Compensation Law Blog

Man killed by cap in industrial accident

All workplaces in Pennsylvania and across the country hold some degree of risk. Though employers and workers can take reasonable measures to reduce the risks, a piece of equipment that malfunctions, for example, may be difficult to anticipate. Unfortunately, a man in another state recently died after he was involved in an industrial accident.  

The accident happened on a day in mid-August. According to reports, the incident occurred at M&E Industries Inc. A cap on a tank described as "highly pressurized" is said to have come loose.

Woman loses arm in industrial accident

Heavy machinery is used in many important processes in manufacturing in Pennsylvania and across the country. Despite its importance and frequent use, such equipment is not without risks. In fact, a woman in another state was recently injured in an industrial accident.

The incident happened just after 10 a.m. on a day in August. According to reports, rescue workers were called to the scene after a woman's arm became entangled in a piece of machinery. Unfortunately, her lower arm was amputated in the incident.

Workplace accidents: Details unclear in fatal fall

Anyone in Pennsylvania who works at great heights faces risks of injuries in the workplace. In fact, workplace accidents can even occur when workers follow all safety and health recommendations and regulations. Unfortunately, a recent accident in another state involving a fall resulted in a fatality.

The incident happened on a day in late July. It reportedly involved a 64-year-old male worker. According to reports, the victim was working in a building being demolished at Hanson Pipe and Precast.

Man suffers work-related injuries in forklift accident

When a worker in Pennsylvania is required to use heavy equipment to fulfill his or her job responsibilities, there is a potential of being involved in an accident involving serious injury. Unfortunately, a recent accident in another state has resulted in work-related injuries. The worker's injuries are said to be due to an accident involving a forklift.

The accident reportedly occurred one afternoon on a day in late July. Rescue workers were called to the scene after receiving reports of a man who has trapped under a forklift while in the water. According to reports, the 47-year-old victim, an employee of a seafood company, was driving a forklift on a pier when he is said to have backed through a wooden barrier.

Workplace accidents: 1 killed, several injured

In a Pennsylvania workplace, there are often unexpected issues that can arise that may ultimately put the safety of employees at risk. Though measures can be taken to reduce the potential of such a scenario occurring, workplace accidents can still happen. Unfortunately, a fatal accident in another state is currently under investigation.

The incident happened one morning on a day in late July. Reports indicate that the fire department reported to an industrial site after receiving a call about a worker trapped under heavy equipment. When rescue workers arrived, they reportedly discovered one man pinned and four others suffering from injuries.

Identity of man killed in industrial accident released

Many Americans prepare for their work shift in the same way every single day. They most likely report to their shift relatively secure in the knowledge that they will return home in the same condition in which they left. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for some workers in Pennsylvania and across the country. In fact, one man recently passed away as a result of an industrial accident that occurred in another state.

The victim of the accident was a 41-year-old man. Reports indicate that rescue workers were contacted one evening on a day in late July. According to reports, the man was at a construction site when a steel beam fell on him.

Man killed in industrial accident

As many people in Pennsylvania are aware, roofers face a great deal of risk in their occupation. Simply working at great heights in itself can be risky. Unfortunately, a man in another state has recently lost his life in an industrial accident.

Rescue workers received a call about the incident just before 10 a.m. on a morning in July. According to reports, the man worked from a roofing contractor. The 43-year-old victim was reportedly at a job at East Coast Logistics & Distribution Inc where he was attempting to place materials on a roof using a lift.

Pennsylvania construction accident remains under investigation

Because there are multiple known hazards in the workplace, efforts are often made to protect employee safety. In fact, organizations such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration put rules in place in an attempt to reduce the number of workplace accidents. Unfortunately, such precautions are not always enough to stop a construction accident from happening in Pennsylvania and across the country.

In fact, officials in Pennsylvania are currently investigating a recent accident that resulted in a fatality. Authorities claim that they received a report of the accident around 1:30 p.m. on a day in July. Unfortunately, the victim -- whose identity was not released in the immediate aftermath of the accident -- died at the scene.

Workplace accidents: Postal worker's death under investigation

All occupations in Pennsylvania and across the country hold some degree of risk. A person who has a job that would normally be considered relatively safe from workplace accidents during the majority of the year could face additional risks during the summer when temperatures soar. In fact, a recent incident in another state is under investigation after a postal worker was discovered deceased in her mail truck.

The incident happened on a day in July. On the day she was discovered, reports indicate that the temperature was 117 degrees. Unfortunately, mail trucks often are not air conditioned, and the temperatures inside can feel like an oven to some.

Workers' Compensation and Parking Lot Injuries

aerial-aerial-shot-aerial-view-753876.jpg
Whether it's an unsalted icy surface, a deep pothole in the pavement or a reckless speeding driver, parking lots - yes, parking lots - can be a lot more treacherous than they appear when it pertains to work-related injuries. Typically, an injury sustained while walking to and from your car didn't actually occur while you were on the clock inside your place of employment, but it can still qualify for compensation benefits under certain circumstances.

Pittsburgh Office
4 West Manilla Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 412-922-0800
Fax: 412-922-0801
Pittsburgh Law Office Map

Beaver County Office
2002 McMinn St.
Aliquippa, PA 15001

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 724-775-7372
Aliquippa Law Office Map

North Hills
6400 Brooktree Ct.
Wexford, PA 15090

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 724-933-0133
Wexford Law Office Map

Butler County
125 Warrendale-Bayle Rd
Warrendale, PA 15086

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 724-283-7063

Monroeville
400 Penn Center Blvd.
Suite 101
Monroeville, PA 15232

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 412-261-1129

Westmoreland County
101 N. Main St.
Suite 104 - A
Greensburg, PA 15601

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 724-836-7454

Washington County
2400 Ansys Dr.
Suite 102
Canonsburg, PA 15317

Phone: 412-353-3572
Phone: 724-743-0463
Map & Directions

Serving all of Western Pennsylvania Free Consultation

REVIEW US
Pittsburgh Workers' Compensation Law Blog | Dugan & Associates, P.C. a