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Employee rights violations and workplace accidents

Those employed in various fields face many threats each day, whether their job responsibilities place them behind the wheel, they work on a construction site, or they find themselves in an office. Unfortunately, workplace accidents cannot always be prevented. However, there are many preventative measures that can be taken to reduce the likelihood of something going wrong. Additionally, there are a number of employee protections that help prevent these accidents from occurring. Sadly, some employers fail to respect the rights of their employees, which can lead to an accident.

There are a variety of employee rights, from those which prohibit unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment to rights involving wages, such as ensuring that overtime is paid. When certain rights are violated, a workplace accident may be more likely. For example, if a minor works for too many hours, proper training is not provided, or an employer fails to provide workers with protective gear and a safe workplace, things can go wrong. Moreover, someone who is denied overtime may be exhausted and fatigue can increase the chances of an accident as well.

Unsafe working conditions are a reality for employees across the country. When the negligence of another person causes a serious work accident, whether that person is their employer, co-worker, or someone else, they should be held responsible. Regrettably, these work accidents have left many employees with devastating injuries and have also caused their loved ones to experience tremendous emotional and financial problems.

Head to our page on personal injury for more about workplace accidents.

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