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4 injured workers could qualify for workers' compensation

Four construction workers suffered injuries due to their involvement in a recent construction accident. The accident, which occurred out-of-state, occurred on a recent Thursday in late June. Just as in California, due to the fact that the victims were injured while working at a construction site, they will qualify for workers' compensation.

Worker suffers fatal work injury in tragic construction accident

Officials recently identified a man who died in a recent construction accident. The man was 56-years-old. The fatal work injury occurred at an out-of-state job site on a recent Tuesday. Similarly, when fatal construction accidents occur in California, the deceased workers' families will likely be entitled to file for workers' compensation death benefits. 

2 injured workers may qualify for workers' compensation

Two construction workers were recently critically injured after a construction accident. The accident, which occurred outside the state of California, happened on a recent Thursday afternoon in June. As the two individuals were at work when the accident occurred, they are both fully within their legal rights to file separate workers' compensation claims. 

Electrician suffers fatal work injury in accident

A 45-year-old man who worked as an electrician died recently in an industrial accident. The accident occurred in San Francisco on a recent Friday in April, officials said. When a California worker suffers a fatal work injury, the victim's family is entitled to file a workers' compensation claim for death benefits.

9 hurt in construction accident; workers' compensation may apply

A construction accident at an out-of-state medical center injured nine workers on a recent Friday morning, officials said. Shortly before 9:45 a.m., the accident occurred when a portion of the work site collapsed. When California workers are injured in similar accidents, they typically qualify for workers' compensation benefits.

Beam collapses, 3 workers may qualify for workers' compensation

An out-of-state construction accident killed one worker while injuring three others on a recent Tuesday morning, officials said. The accident, which OSHA said was preventable, occurred when a beam weighing 45 tons fell at the construction site. When California workers are injured in similar accidents, they typically qualify for workers' compensation.

1 suffers fatal work injury in So Cal construction accident

A contractor with Southern California Edison was killed recently after being involved in a construction accident involving a crane. The contractor who suffered the fatal work injury was pronounced dead a short while later. The accident occurred in West Hollywood on a recent Tuesday in March, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

1 suffers work injury at construction site

One man recently suffered serious injuries in a work-related accident involving a piece of excavating equipment at an out-of-state construction site. The accident occurred on a recent Tuesday morning in March, authorities say. When California workers suffer a work injury, they typically choose to file a workers' compensation claim in relation to the accident.

Workers' compensation claims may follow after fatal work accident

An out-of-state construction accident that took the lives of two construction workers occurred recently. Investigators were on the scene to deconstruct what lead to the fatal accident. When California construction workers suffer fatal work injuries, they or their surviving family members typically file workers' compensation claims in order to obtain death benefits.

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