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Deadliest Cities for America’s Workers
Here’s a look at some of the deadliest cities for America’s workers. If you’ve been injured at work, contact Attorney Michael P. Dominick for help getting the benefits you deserve.

Here’s a look at some of the deadliest cities for America’s workers. If you’ve been injured at work, contact Attorney Michael P. Dominick for help getting the benefits you deserve.

The incidence of workplace fatalities is far greater in some U.S. cities, especially those that are focused on a specific industry, a recent report has pointed out. In fact, according to this report based on data from the U.S. Department of Labor, the deadliest cities for American workers are as follows:

  1. Midland, Texas, where there is about 12 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 140,300 workers)
  2. Mount Vernon/Anacortes, Washington, where there is about 10 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 118,100 workers)
  3. Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas, where there is about 14 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 390,500 workers)
  4. Huntington/Ashland, West Virginia/Kentucky/Ohio, where there is about 10 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 287,000 workers)
  5. Green Bay, Wisconsin, where there is about 10 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 309,000 workers)
  6. Anchorage, Alaska, where there is about 12 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 387,000 workers)
  7. New Orleans/Metairie/Kenner, Louisiana, where there is about 36 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 1.19 million workers)
  8. Grand Rapids, Wyoming/Michigan, where there is about 18 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 779,000 workers)
  9. Tulsa, Oklahoma, where there is about 20 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 946,000 workers)
  10. Nashville/Davidson/Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where there is about 33 workplace fatalities annually (in a population of more than 1.6 million workers)

In these cities, the following dangerous industries are among those that typically provide the majority of jobs to those in the respective areas:

  • Oil and drilling industry
  • Construction industry
  • Steel manufacturing industry
  • Maritime industry
  • Auto manufacturing industry.

Colorado Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at the Law Office of Michael P. Dominick

If you have sustained a workplace injury and are considering (or in the process of) filing a workers’ compensation claim, you cannot rely upon your employer or insurance companies to look out for your best interests. In fact, both your employer and insurance companies will be more focused on their own bottom lines instead of your current and future wellbeing. This can make the system adversarial for injured workers and potentially even put them in situations in which their legitimate workers’ compensation claims are undercut or even flat-out denied.

In such cases, it’s essential that injured workers contact the Colorado workers’ compensation lawyers at the Law Office of Michael P. Dominick. Our legal professionals are experienced at going up against corporate lawyers and insurance companies, and we have a proven track record of success when it comes to securing our Clients the maximum possible compensation for their injuries and financial losses.

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