Too Many Workers Dying on the Job in Virginia | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

The latest statistics from the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry show that 154 workers died on the job during 2008. These deaths occurred because of falls, vehicle accidents, exposure to toxic fumes and unsecured equipment. Each was a tragedy, which my colleague Emily Mapp Brannon notes in her latest blog post to the Norfolk Injuryboard.

While focusing on railroad injures, all of us here at Shapiro & Appleton& Duffan are dedicated to the protection of workers in all settings.

About the Editors: Shapiro & Appleton& Duffan personal injury law firm is based in Virginia (VA), near the Northeast North Carolina (NC) border. Lawyers with the firm practice primarily in the southeastern U.S. and handle injury law cases, including car, truck and railroad accidents, medical negligence cases and more. The firm’s website is Lawyers with Shapiro & Appleton& Duffan also edit the injury law blogs Virginia Beach Injuryboard, Norfolk Injuryboard, and Northeast North Carolina Injuryboard and host a YouTube injury law video library with more than 50 videos covering many FAQs on personal injury subjects. The firm’s lawyers are licensed in VA, NC, SC, WV, DC and KY.