Calls Readers' Attention to Resources Dealing with Preventable Construction Accidents

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The construction industry is one of the busiest in the United States -- but also possess one of the highest degrees of risk, with the third-highest rate of occupational deaths, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many more workers are seriously injured, sometimes crippled, in accidents that could possibly have been prevented. reminds visitors concerned about these problems that free, comprehensive legal information on construction accidents is always available at its online construction site accidents portal.

With rapid construction continuing across the United States, the news records a new preventable death at a construction site nearly every work day. Meanwhile, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is readying its 2005 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, its annual record of deaths on the job, in which the construction industry continues to place among the top five most fatal industries. With this ugly trend in mind, is proud to remind readers that they can always find a wealth of factual information on construction site accidents at's construction accident information portal.

More than one-fifth -- 22.8 percent -- of all workplace deaths in the United States are the deaths of construction workers, according to the BLS. This is partly explained by the workers' frequent use of heavy equipment and heights; falls were responsible for a staggering 394 deaths in 2005, and transportation accidents accounted for 318. This and other heavy equipment is essential to a construction worker's job -- which is precisely why authorities heavily regulate safety at job sites. Unfortunately, thousands of construction workers continue to die each year; thousands more sustain serious injuries such as amputations, crushed bones and electrocution in accidents that could have been stopped.

For victims of construction accidents, their loved ones and other readers who want to know more, has prepared a comprehensive web site collecting statistics, medical information, legal information and more about construction site accidents. Visitors can browse information on construction accident statistics; newsfeeds with the latest news on construction accidents; videos about workplace safety; and links to useful web sites with more information. And those who are considering hiring a construction accident attorney can take advantage of's attorney referral service, which can connect them to experienced construction accident lawyers in their area.

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