Construction accident involving collapsed wall injures 2

It might not always be easy to understand every type of hazard that could exist on a construction project site. While performing job related tasks, workers in North Carolina might not expect the walls around them to collapse and fall their way and incidents that occur under such scenarios can have disastrous ramifications. A construction accident involving a wall collapse in another state has reportedly left two workers with severe injuries.

Recent construction accident

Authorities reportedly responded to the scene of the accident at around 2:30 p.m. on a recent Friday. They say that two workers were performing job task when a nearby wall collapsed and fell on them. Emergency responders advised that both workers suffered traumatic injuries in the process and say that they were both airlifted to the hospital for treatment.

Reports indicate that officials have initiated an investigation into the incident. However, no information was provided as to why the wall collapsed. Incidents involving collapsed walls can leave workers with severe or even permanent injuries. The fallout of such incidents may also affect one’s ability to return to work and prompt a host of financial challenges.

Facing a long road to recovery

Construction accidents involving similar circumstances can leave a person facing a long road to recovery. The financial challenges that can arise during time off work may only add to the stress of one’s situation. Individuals in North Carolina who encounter such challenges and wish to protect their financial futures could benefit from retaining the services of a workers’ compensation attorney for guidance on their options and the best course of action with which to proceed.

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