Oklahoma City Failure to Train Lawyers

Construction work typically requires the use of heavy machinery and power tools. These tools are often a crucial part of getting a job done. But construction equipment can also pose a serious safety hazard to an employee who is not trained on the proper use of that equipment. An injury can not only result in significant medical expenses, but may also lead to future monetary losses and time off of work.

If you or someone you love has suffered a work-related injury, you deserve a chance at compensation. Please contact the experienced Oklahoma City failure to train lawyers at the Abel Law Firm by calling (405) 239-7046 for more information about your legal rights and options.

The Importance of Proper Training

A construction company may be liable for employee injuries if it has failed to provide proper safety training. Construction work often requires the use of tools and equipment that present a risk to users and those around them, making training that much more important. The following are some of the representative injuries that may occur if a construction company fails to properly train its workers:

  • Puncture wounds
  • Serious lacerations
  • Broken bones
  • Traumatic head injuries
  • Brain damage
  • Falls resulting in paralysis

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If you believe that the injury of you or your loved one was the result of improper construction training, please contact the experienced Oklahoma failure to train lawyers at the Abel Law Firm by calling (405) 239-7046 for more information about your compensation options.

Ed Abel Named Oklahoma City Personal Injury Litigator of the Year

Ed Abel was awarded the Litigator of the Year award as recognition of his tremendous success in the courtroom defending the lives of Oklahomans, and his unique service as a true son of the State of Oklahoma. He has won some of the largest verdicts in Oklahoma's history, and he and his team have successfully argued against harmful tort reform laws in the state Supreme Court. His impact is so widespread across the state that Governor Mary Fallin declared May 1st as "Ed Abel Day."

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