Wisconsin Failure to Train Attorneys
When a new employee enters a construction site to begin working, it is imperative that they have been thoroughly trained and that continued training on the site is conducted as needed. In order to prevent serious accidents from occurring, employees should develop all the necessary skills before being allowed to handle dangerous construction work and heavy machinery. When a construction worker has not been trained properly in construction site safety procedures and handling the equipment, anyone who suffers harm as a result could hold the construction company liable for their resulting injuries and losses.
If you were injured on a construction site due to an improperly trained employee, you may have the right to pursue financial restitution from those responsible for the lack of training. Our Wisconsin failure to train attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. understand how difficult it can be to be involved in a construction site accident and are willing to help you seek the compensation you may deserve. Contact us today at 800-242-2874.
Dangers of Failing to Train
When construction workers don’t have the experience necessary to safely perform certain tasks or they lack safety training, they are likely to make mistakes that could have serious consequences for anyone in or around the construction site. Some of the problems caused by lack of training include:
- Ignorance towards safety procedures
- Unsafe handling of power drills and saws
- Inexperienced operation of large machinery
- Unsafe storage of dangerous tools and equipment
If construction workers are not adequately trained, anyone on the construction site is at risk of being traumatically injured.
Our Wisconsin failure to train lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. believe that no one should have to shoulder the burden of someone else’s negligence. If you or someone you love was harmed because of a lack of training on a construction site, don’t hesitate to contact us at 800-242-2874 to discuss your case.