Construction Site Injuries: Avoiding and Limiting Liability

June 14, 2021
Steven Gonzalez & Aaron Cohn - Construction Executive

Workplace injuries on construction sites are common occurrences. For large projects that span multiple years with deca-million dollar budgets, even contractors with the best safety practices can expect dozens of injuries and related incidents to be reported in a given year. Many more incidents will go unreported, either because the incident is not deemed significant enough, or for other reasons, including the immigration status of the injured.

Reprinted courtesy of Steven Gonzalez & Aaron Cohn, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.

Mr. Gonzalez may be contacted at sgonzalez@wwhgd.com
Mr. Cohn may be contacted at acohn@wwhgd.com



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