Fatal Construction Site Accident at Georgia High School

A tragic construction site accident occurred at Benjamin E. Mays High School over the weekend, killing a worker.  While working on an addition project for the high school, a metal pipe fell from the ceiling and struck the hydraulic lift the worker was using.  The worker then fell 20 feet and was fatally wounded.

The construction site for the high school addition project has been temporarily shut down while officials investigate the accident.

As this unfortunate incident demonstrates, construction site injuries are often harmful or fatal. The rate of injury in the construction work force is amongst the highest in all industries. Pope & Howard P.C., is a practiced team of attorneys who are well versed in Georgia and federal laws and regulations. Attorneys with Pope & Howard, P.C. can help victims of construction site negligence recover compensation for catastrophic injuries that have resulted in mounting medical bills and lost income.

Below are some examples of construction site injuries Pope & Howard P.C. can file suit and reclaim losses for:

  • Burns
  • Electrocution
  • Broken Bones
  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal Injury
  • Amputation from careless or improper operations

If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in a construction site accident, please contact Pope & Howard, P.C. at 404-885-9999. You can also visit our website, popehoward.com, for more information.  Your initial consultation is free.

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