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Who Is Responsible for My Construction Site Injury?
Who Is Responsible for My Construction Site Injury?

A myriad of safeguards and regulations are in place to ensure construction workers and sites are as safe as possible. Unfortunately, construction sites are inherently dangerous full of powerful machinery and unstable structures. If you were injured on a construction site, ...

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