Wednesday, June 30, 2010

A Few Construction Laughs

There are plenty of serious construction law topics to discuss, but it's nice to have a laugh every once in a while. So just be glad you're not having to explain any of these to your insurance carrier!


This probably isn't OSHA-compliant.






"Design Defect"




Umbrellas At Work.




Getting Mixed Signs.



Like my grandfather used to say, "When you find yourself
at the bottom of a hole, quit digging."


I think this is a variation of "Measure Twice, Cut Once."










There has to be a DOT-approved sign in there somewhere.

4 comments:

Howard said...

Photo #1 just boggles my mind. How can anyone possibly to something and potentially dangerous as this. They need a good lesson in safety and liability for negligence.

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