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On The Job Amputee Injuries, Amputee Accident and Injury Cases

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Injured Worker News

Every year in the United States there are thousands of people have amputations performed due to work related or serious injury. The most common types of work related amputations include partial hand, arm, wrist, finger, foot, wrist, and leg amputations.  The most common work related accidents, include:

  •     Operating Heavy Machinery,
  •     Using Saws, (often times table or chain saws),
  •     firemen, and ,Forestry worker, fire fighters due to severe burns, and, loss of limb
  •     Using Farm Equipment,
  •     Construction Work, (either in an industry or while in a facility).

Traumatic Amputations can also occur from work related accidents that include

  •     Car or Truck Accidents,
  •     18 Wheeler Accidents,
  •     Maritime injury, and injury on the high seas
  •     kitchen workers,
  •     Oil Field Workers,
  •     airplane crashes aviation workers,
  •     Train crashes,
  •     High impact accidents, explosions, chemicals, Burns,
  •     Work aboard Sea Vessels.

Can work related injuries resulting in amputations be avoided?  They can be avoided. Precautions can be taken regarding safety, adequate supervision, keeping machinery safe, effective warnings regarding workplace hazards, as well as other  safety measures, can be  helpful in the prevention of workplace injuries that result in amputation.

If you or a loved one is injured on the job resulting in an amputation call the workers compensation lawyers of for the injured worker.

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