• June 22, 2022

Woman Injured in Truck Accident on Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills, PA

Forest Hills, PA -- June 21, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a truck hit them in a construction zone along Ardmore.

Investigators reported that the crash took place early Tuesday on a work site off the corner of Ardmore Boulevard and Lafayette Road.

According to officials, a 30-year-old woman doing subcontractor work as a flagger. While working, a dump truck somehow struck the woman. The woman was taken to a hospital with critical injuries.

Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Construction Truck Accident on Ardmore in Forest Hills

People tend to overlook work accidents like this because the assumption is just that workers' comp is going to handle everything. In fact, that's usually the only recourse people have given the restrictive nature of that particular system. What could make things complex, however, is the possible involvement of separate companies. In many scenarios, if a worker from one company screws up and injures someone working for another company, then the typical workers' comp restrictions may not apply, since those generally address issues between workers and their employers. Could it be that there are additional steps that can be taken to get this woman the help she deserves?

Woman Injured in Truck Accident on Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills, PA

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