OSHA

Lack of Evidence Establishing Causation Can Result in a Dismissal of a Negligence Case by Directed Verdict

MAY 30, 2016: As a Miami lawyer that represents clients injured in construction accidents and work-related accidents, establishing causation by proving the precise mechanism leading to the injury is of the utmost importance.  Simply stated, just because a person is injured on a job site does not automatically raise the presumption that the company is responsible.  The obligation is on the injured party to submit evidence establishing that but for the negligence of the defendant, the incident would not have occurred. In “Broward Executive Builders, Inc. v. Liliana Zota, as Guardian of Mercedes Zota,” the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida

New Incident Reporting Rule Proposed by OSHA

Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA In the State of Florida, as well as all over this country, employers are forced to ensure that the proper precautions are in place so that employees are safe.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA for short, is an organization in place with the main purpose of protecting employees while at work.  Without these standards and rules enforced by OSHA, employers would ultimately be free to act as they wish and provide for the safety of its employees as they see fit. Florida highway construction site accident As a Florida highway construction accident lawyer,