Two Arizona Men Injured in Road Work Accident

Two Arizona men were injured in a work accident earlier this month at a road work zone in Surprise. According to the Surprise Fire Department, two road workers were injured when a girder fell onto construction equipment at a road construction zone near Bell Road and Grand Avenue. One of the men was seriously injured after falling 40 feet and was airlifted to a trauma center. His condition is unknown. The other man injured was treated for non-life threatening injuries. The road workers were erecting dozens of girders to elevate the roadways. Arizona Department of Transportation says the accident may cause construction delays. The accident remains under investigation and it is unclear if any safety procedures were ignored.

Road construction zones are dangerous and lead to thousands of injuries and deaths every year across America. Because these work zones can be so dangerous, a number of state and federal laws are in place to protect workers from injury. If you have been injured in a construction accident, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. To ensure you receive the maximum compensation, get the help of an expert Missouri construction accident attorney at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC. If you believe your accident was caused by negligence or failure of safety procedures, you need an experienced and skilled attorney to conduct a thorough investigation of your accident. To schedule a free consultation with St. Louis’ most experienced work accident attorneys, contact the offices of Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, today. We are always available to hear your case and are eager to provide expert legal support.

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