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Fall results in workplace injuries for subcontractor

Falls are dangerous events. Whether from a short distance or a significant height, falling can easily cause serious injuries. When they happen while on the job, indivduals may have many concerns about how the injuries will affect their abilities to work and earn an income. Certainly, recovering from a fall can take time, but fortunately, workers' compensation often helps with the financial repercussions of workplace injuries.

California readers may be interested in an on-the-job accident that occurred in another state. Apparently, a subcontractor was carrying out construction work at a wastewater treatment plant when he fell from a ladder. The worker had utilized the ladder to go into an open access area, but it was unclear what may have caused him to fall.

The incident resulted in the worker falling eight or nine feet and landing on concrete. He suffered a lower leg injury, but when emergency crews arrived, he was conscious and alert. Firefighters had to work for over an hour in order to rescue the worker from the space and took their time with the effort to avoid causing him any additional injuries. The man was considered stable and was taken to an area hospital.

Though it is fortunate that this event did not have any more severe outcomes, it can still cause serious setbacks for the worker. In fact, any worker may face a number of difficulties after suffering workplace injuries. In hopes of handling those hardships better, injured California workers may want to look into workers' compensation and the possibility of obtaining applicable benefits.

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