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Our Morristown Construction Accident Blog Keeps You Informed Of New Jersey Injury Law

Manfred F. Ricciardelli Jr.'s legal blog provides up to date information on New Jersey workers comp laws, construction site accident lawsuits, Morristown car accidents and filing a Social Security claim in New Jersey.

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6/4/2015
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Crane-Related Deaths Rock NY Metro Area

In the last few weeks, two workers have been killed as the result of crane-related accidents. Learn more about these dangerous workplace accidents here.

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5/28/2015
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Construction Workers: Protect Yourself from Heat!

Heat-related injuries can be fatal, and NJ construction workers are exposed to dangerous levels of heat on the job—learn more about the best precautions here.

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5/7/2015
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Construction Electrical Shock Accidents Common and Avoidable

Mistakes are made, but on a construction site, mistakes can mean serious injury or death. Learn more about the consequences of electrical safety errors here.

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4/12/2015
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Roofing Fatal Four: What Causes Injuries to Roof Workers?

The collegiate basketball Final Four may have just wrapped up, but we’re just getting started with the Fatal Four of roofing injuries in New Jersey!

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3/16/2015
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When Construction Site Eye Injuries Are Permanent

What happens when your construction-related eye injury will permanently affect your life? We explain partial permanent disability here.

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2/28/2015
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What to Expect After a Construction Site Hip Dislocation

Construction workers are at risk of a hip dislocation if they suffer a fall or other trauma. The recovery period depends on the severity of the injury.

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2/3/2015
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Man Killed by Falling Object on New Jersey Construction Site

An independent contractor was killed after a tape measure fell several stories from a New Jersey construction site and struck him on the head.

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1/28/2015
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Caring for Asphalt Burns

Asphalt is an extremely dangerous material and can cause life-threatening injuries. Here’s what you should do if you’re burned.

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1/26/2015
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Preventing Asphalt Injuries on Construction Sites

Asphalt is hot and unpredictable, so it often causes serious injuries to workers. Fortunately, they can be prevented by taking these simple precautions.

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1/8/2015
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How to Use a Construction Ladder

If your job requires you to use a ladder, knowing how to use it safely is a must. Read here for a brief refresher on safe practices when using ladders.

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12/12/2014
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Construction Worker Electrocutions in Winter

Are construction workers more likely to suffer an electrocution in winter? Find out the perils of working in snow, sleet or high winds this winter.

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11/16/2014
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Employer Liability for a Nail Gun Injury on a Job Site

Employers have a duty to provide safe equipment and to train construction workers on its use. Find out if your boss could have prevented your nail gun injury.

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10/20/2014
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Employers Can Prevent Construction Injuries in Cold Weather

Could your employer be liable for a construction injury in cold weather? Learn why these accidents occur and how your company could have prevented them.

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10/3/2014
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Who Is at Fault When a Construction Worker Is Hit by Debris?

Is it really “nobody’s fault” if you are injured by flying debris at work? Find out if an employer could be liable when a construction worker is hit by debris.

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9/7/2014
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Getting Help With Your Construction Grinder Injury Lawsuit

Is your employer trying to shift the blame of a grinder machine accident onto you? Find out what you will need to win your NJ construction injury lawsuit.

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8/12/2014
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Construction Gas Explosions Can Cause Burns or Fatal Injury

It may have been a tragedy, but it may also have been preventable. Find out if the gas explosion on your construction site was an accident waiting to happen.

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7/16/2014
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NJ Residential Construction Projects Carry High Injury Risk

Why are so many workers injured on residential construction jobs? A Morristown attorney takes a closer look at the major causes of housing site accidents.

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6/10/2014
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Drilling Injury Dangers on Underground Construction Sites

Construction workers can be protected from many underground drilling injuries. Read here to find out if these safety measures were in place during your injury.

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6/3/2014
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Can an Employer Be Liable for a Tunnel Construction Injury?

Could your employer be liable after an underground tunnel collapsed? Find out if a construction company should pay for the cost of your tunnel injury.

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5/28/2014
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What Am I Entitled to When I Have a Construction Neck Injury?

Worried about how you’re going to pay the bills after a construction neck injury? Find out if you’ll be out of a job for a few months, a year, or permanently.

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5/7/2014
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Construction Work Often Causes Painful Rotator Cuff Injuries

Could you have sustained your rotator cuff injury while working construction? Click here for common injury symptoms and possible treatments.

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4/19/2014
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Permanent Back Injuries Caused by Repetitive Stress at Work

It’s not always a major accident that causes a back injury at work: repetitive stress is the most common cause of serious back injuries threatening workers.

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4/16/2014
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Poor Housekeeping Cleanup Causes Construction Worker Falls

Are you out of work because of poor housekeeping practices on a construction site? Debris and clutter are a common cause of construction worker fall injuries.

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3/26/2014
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Construction Workers Likely to Suffer PTSD After Witnessing Accidents

Would you believe that a quarter of all construction workers who witness a serious accident will suffer insomnia, depression, and other symptoms of PTSD?

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2/3/2014
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New Jersey Construction Worker Trapped in Rubble After a Roof Collapsed

Who is responsible after a NJ construction roof collapse? A recent case in Pennsylvania calls attention to the serious injuries caused by this deadly accident.

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