Working on an oil rig or offshore commercial vessel takes a special breed. Being separated from family and friends for weeks or months at a time and facing plenty of unique hazards can take a toll on workers.
What are the “Fatal Four” Injuries Experienced by Construction Workers, and can a Worker be Compensated for Them?
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there are four highly frequent and common injuries suffered by construction workers in America.
Oil drilling is prosperous for Texas, but working on these drills is an inherently hazardous job. Much like in construction, workers on oil drills often experience long hours, extreme weather conditions and come into close contact with dangerous machinery.
Warehouse accidents cause injuries to workers across Houston. Yet these injured workers continue to find themselves stonewalled by uncooperative insurance companies and their adjusters.
A 61-year old retired police officer was recently killed in a motorcycle accident just an hour southeast of Houston.
Although most cruise companies are extremely good at maintaining safe and comfortable experiences for their passengers, sometimes companies cut corners in search of higher profits. Here are five of the most common cruise ship injuries.
For many, nothing could be more relaxing than a beautiful afternoon of golf and good company. Sadly, some golf courses and country clubs fail to properly inspect and maintain equipment., which can lead to dangerous and even deadly rollover accidents.