Pennsylvania Worksite Accident And Injury At Temple University - Why?
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Jul 12, 2013 in Workers' Compensation
Why has there been a rash a frequent worksite accidents? Can these accidents have been prevented?
Just yesterday, July 11, 2013, workers on the fifth and sixth floors of the under-construction Temple University science building in North Philadelphia were temporarily stuck after a partial collapse on a lower floor of the site, the city fire department said. Live television footage showed a person being taken from the scene in an ambulance.
For more on the accident go to the Philadelphia Inquirer at: www.philly.com.
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