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High Risk Burn Injury Trades and Industries

Ehline Law Firm represents people just like you. Hence, we help those who suffered a burn at work. So we help when people get injured in the course and scope of employment. Also, as part of our effort to give back to the community, we have provided this highly informative information.

Additionally, we have created a comprehensive list of trades and industries. Also, these are those jobs at the highest risk to people for being burnt.

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What Trades and Industries are Most At Risk for Burns?

Because there are trades and industries at a high risk for workers, those workers tend to suffer severe burn injuries. But it can be even more dangerous if the workplace does not get safely maintained.

Also, these are usually the type of industries where chemical fires, dust fires, flammable liquids and other kinds of fires can occur. So these are known trade paths that cause severe burn injuries.

Furthermore, these jobs and accidents can lead to toxic smoke inhalation damage. Hence, lung cancer and other issues may not show up till much later after exposure.


The most at risk trades for burns and scalds include:
  • Electronic Engineers
  • Electrical Workers
  • Electricians
  • Electric Power Linemen
  • Carpenters
  • Maintenance Workers
  • Machinists
  • Welders
  • Frame Cutters
  • Structural Metal Workers
  • Sheet Metal Workers
  • Painters
  • Construction Workers
  • Iron Workers
  • Boilermakers
  • Steamfitters
  • Furnace Installers and Repairmen
  • Smelt Workers and Pourers
  • Pipe Fitters • Mechanics
  • Garage Workers
  • Gas Station Attendants
  • Car Shop Workers
  • Heavy Equipment Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Laborers
  • Mechanics & Repairmen
  • Bulldozer Operators
  • Filers, Polishers,
  • Sanders, Buffers
  • Plumbers
  • Repairmen
  • Technicians
  • Telephone Installers and Repairmen
  • Road Machine Operators
  • Cable Linemen
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Roofers and Slaters
  • Forge Men and Hammer Men
  • Telephone Installers
  • Shipyard Workers
  • Aircraft, Mining, Logging and Factory Employees
  • Railroad Workers
  • Locomotive Engineers
  • Oil Refinery Workers
  • Industrial Plant Workers
  • Power Plant Workers
  • Chemical Technicians
  • Sailors and Deckhands
  • Steamfitters
  • Officers, Pilots, and Pursers, Ship Crew Members
  • Industrial Plant Workers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Drill Press Operators
  • Annealers & Temperers

Who Do You Call for Help When You're Burned At Work?


Most of all, if someone one has died or suffered serious burn injuries, contact us. Also, we help families with compassion and understanding. Furthermore, in these high-risk trades, even if negligence was not a factor the non-negligent employer can be held liable.

But third parties can also be sued. And if you were not employed, and just a bystander injured, you too have a third party case. Hence, it is crucial to consult an experienced burn injury lawyer.

So it is probably an excellent idea to learn your legal rights and your legal options sooner than later. Don't you agree?  After all, you can learn how to recover compensation for injuries and other damages.

Furthermore, Ehline Law Firm in Los Angeles, has years of experience and litigation skills. So we can hold even the largest company responsible for negligent actions. So reach out to discuss your case at (213) 596-9642.


Citations:

American Burn Assn.

 

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