NEW YORK, May 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In one of the most bizarre construction stories readers will ever hear about, The New York Daily Post is reporting that a heated argument among construction workers in China was settled by a bulldozer battle. ("Construction Workers Settle Argument With Bulldozer Battle." April 21, 2016). The demolition-style clash was captured on video, showing several pieces of heavy machinery ramming into one another, leaving at least two bulldozers flipped over in the street. In one clip, viewers can see an uninjured worker flee from his topped vehicle while a friendly bulldozer tries to lift it back up.
Xu Feng, a local government spokesmen said the companies were rivals competing for business, but he did not disclose details about arrests or injuries as the investigation is ongoing. The report claimed that China's construction sector is struggling with growth down by two-thirds, and businesses are desperate for survival.
"In all my year as a personal injury attorney, I've never seen anything quite like this," said Adnan Munawar, Partner at Munawar & Andrews-Santillo LLP. "I have witnessed countless accidents on construction sites, but I have never seen workers actively crash heavy duty machinery into one another as a way of settling a dispute. I think the inherent danger of such behavior is self-explanatory – these workers should be thankful that nobody was hurt."
"Can you imagine two rival construction firms ramming bulldozers on Broadway? The odds would likely be that someone would inevitably get hurt, as is already common in construction accidents, and it would be essential for that person to know what to do. Accidents, particularly something of this nature, can leave people in awe, and having the right person by your side from the beginning can mean the difference between successfully enforcing your rights and losing out altogether. If you or a loved one is injured in a construction accident, you should contact a personal injury attorney right away and find out what to do next. The consultation is free, and you only ever pay a fee when you win."
If you or a loved one has suffered and injury, medical condition, or worse, as a result of a construction accident in New York, you should contact a New York Construction Accident lawyer today at 212.400.4000 to receive information about the your rights under the law and how to pursue claims for the compensation you deserve.
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