A 33-year-old woman from Oklahoma is on trial this week for causing an Oklahoma Construction Accident that killed two workers last year. Tulsa World reports that the incident occurred on June 9, 2011, at around 8:15 a.m. along Brookdale Drive in Oklahoma City. (more…)
An Oklahoma Construction Accident seriously injured a worker earlier this month. FOX 25 News reports that the incident occurred on Nov. 13 at around 3 p.m. at the water treatment plant located near the corner of Southwest 34th Street and the I-35 Service Road in Moore, Oklahoma. (more…)
A 43-year-old Oklahoma City construction worker was recently killed in a work-related accident. The Oklahoman reports the accident happened on Aug. 24 at around 3:30 p.m. at a construction site at the Old Interstate 40 near Bricktown. (more…)
The Oklahoma Construction Accident on the campus of the University of Oklahoma that resulted in the death of a construction worker has been ruled accidental. According to an article released by The Oklahoman, the ruling from the state’s chief medical examiner came just two weeks ago. (more…)
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction workers have the most dangerous job in the United States. This is due to the fact that the industry accounts for more fatal accidents than any other. In 2010 alone, 193 fatal construction accidents occurred. (more…)
The dangers blue-collared workers face on the job site was highlighted last Friday night in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, when a tank four men were working on exploded. According to reports from News Channel 4, investigators with the Kingfisher Fire Department determined the blast was caused by residual gas and flammable fumes that had built up in the tank. (more…)
A railroad yard employee was killed earlier this month after a collision between the all-terrain-vehicle she was riding and a rolling flat car in the yard. NewsOn6.com reported the accident occurred in the early morning hours of August 4 in west Tulsa, Oklahoma. (more…)
Some fields of work are unaffected by the weather and changing seasons; others depend on it. Roofers have to be weary of the stifling heat of summer to avoid Oklahoma City construction accidents. (more…)
Many jobs are dangerous. Many citizens go to work every day in hazardous environments, while others may suffer injuries in jobs that have few health risks. Either way, sometimes workers are injured and need worker’s compensation while they recuperate.
According to the Oklahoman, two workers were killed as the result of an Oklahoma construction accident Tuesday.
The Oklahoma construction accident occurred when two workers became trapped in a trench near the Kickapoo Casino. (more…)