Episode 145

Responding to the Catastrophic Construction lost: Dual Jurisdiction Claims


June 2nd, 2020

26 mins 17 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “Responding to the Catastrophic Construction Loss,” Tashia Rasul, partner at Lois Law Firm, discusses how the immediate post-accident onsite investigation is key to defense of the workers' compensation and general liability claim. Where there is injury involving fall from height, an immediate investigation MUST be conducted to preserve evidence and document witness statements.

Topics discussed include:

  • Determining what construction site injuries require an immediate onsite investigation.
  • How an onsite investigation should be conducted.
  • Benefits of a cloaked or attorney-driven investigation.

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