Construction Deaths Lead to Stronger Personal Injury Compensation in UK
The Health Service Executive or HSE has recently tighten up on how construction sites provide safety measures, and personal injury compensation for its construction workers, as the recent report shows that death rates and injury are still high in United Kingdom’s construction industry. In 2010, there were about five less deaths and 171 less injuries compared to 2009 — in the south west.
On other side of the Atlantic, in New York City, several construction accidents were also recorded at the Department of Buildings including a recent 15 complaints against a construction site at Upper West Side, and the recent two fatalities. The department halted the activities in the site, while citing pending investigation for the workers personal injury compensation.
via Construction Deaths Lead to Stronger Personal Injury Compensation in UK.
Pingback: Construction Deaths Lead to Stronger Personal Injury Compensation … | Personal Injury Attorney New York