Workers Fall 30 Ft from Side of TX Railroad Bridge, 1 Dead, 1 Injured | DENENA | POINTS

2 workers were in a lift working on the side of a Union Pacific railroad bridge near I-37 in Live Oak County, Texas when the lift apparently fell, sending the men plummeting 30 feet to the ground. One worker died at the scene of the tragic fatal fall. The other man was transported to a hospital with serious injuries from the 3-story fall on Wednesday afternoon. Authorities did not provide names or further details regarding the tragic fatal fall at the Union Pacific railroad bridge. (Source: Associated Press by way of KTRK 9/5/13)

The thoughts and prayers of the Texas work accident attorneys at Denena Points, PC are with the family and friends of the deceased worker, and with the injured worker as he recovers from the fall.

Falls are one of the Fatal Four Causes of Construction Worker Deaths

Our Texas work accident attorneys emphasize that falls are one of the four leading causes of death among construction workers and workers performing similar work. So in its efforts to reduce fatal on-the-job accidents among American workers, U.S. OSHA has investigated countless fatal work accidents involving falls and has promulgated a large body of rules governing the safety of workers who work at heights and are in danger of falling. Click the link to learn about OSHA worker safety rules designed to limit the danger of fatal falls at work.

Contact the Texas Work Accident Attorneys at Denena Points, PC when you have Questions about a Serious or Fatal Injury from an Accident on-the-Job

Contract workers and their families, and employees and their families face very different legal options and possibilities after a serious Texas on-the-job accident. These differences could profoundly affect the financial future of injured workers or grieving family members. Contact us to learn more.

Our Board Certified attorneys always offer a completely free and confidential legal consultation to discuss an accident and evaluate your eligibility for a full financial recovery for your needless injuries and losses. You have no obligation to hire an attorney. And our 14 years of experience successfully resolving complex personal injury and wrongful death cases could put you on the right track to making informed decisions regarding your future after a serious accident. Call our Texas work accident attorneys direct at 713-807-9500 or reach us through our online contact form.

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