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On behalf of The Law Offices of Howard Craig Kornberg posted in Construction Accidents
It is no secret that construction work can be incredibly risky, with the machinery, equipment and various other hazards present on any construction site across the globe. One California family lost their construction-worker son in incredibly tragic circumstances earlier in June, when he was killed while working on a freeway. 33-year-old Jessie Romero was picking up traffic cones on the shoulder of the southbound 605 freeway around 5am on Tuesday June 12 when his vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler. According to the family, Romero had pulled onto the shoulder to assist another motorist, when the big rig struck his vehicle, ending his life. The driver of the 18-wheeler stated he was trying to avoid a vehicle coming into his lane and believe he had enough space to pass Romero’s vehicle, a belief which tragically proved to be inaccurate.
While the circumstances of this tragedy are not typical of a construction accident, our San Bernardino construction accident attorneys can help if you, or your loved ones, have been seriously injured while carrying out your work.
As personal injury lawyers with decades of experience, our attorneys have successfully handled all manner of construction accidents, occurring in San Bernardino and beyond. Our successes have encompassed numerous accidents involving construction workers, as well as those involving others passing through construction zones on the highway or other roads. Some of the most frequently-occurring construction accidents, as encountered by our San Bernardino construction accident attorneys, include the following:
If the accident you sustained injuries in is not listed above, our construction accident attorneys could still assist you. Our extensive personal injury knowledge and experience means we are perfectly equipped to successfully recover the compensation and damages you are entitled to.
The good news for construction workers in California is that the state experienced the fourth-lowest number of fatal workplace injuries in the United States in 2016, on a per capita basis. Although the actual figure was the second-highest, the rankings account for the number of people working in a state, in addition to the number of fatalities. According to the statistics published by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics: