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    Number of New York City Construction Injuries Rising Quickly

    By Michael Barasch

    More New York City construction workers were injured in 2018 than in each of the two previous years. Based on data collected by the Department of Buildings (DOB), 2018 was the most dangerous year for city construction workers in nearly a decade, with 761 injuries and 12 deaths reported. Several factors, including an increase in […]

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  • Construction Accidents

    Worker Killed After Falling 24 Stories Down Elevator Shaft

    By Dominique A. Penson

    A 25-year-old man working on an upscale hotel in Manhattan recently fell to his death down an elevator shaft in the unfinished building. The victim was reportedly installing elevator door frames when the car he was riding in stopped suddenly. A coworker in the car jumped to a landing, but when the victim attempted the […]

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  • Workplace Injury

    Personal Injury in the Workplace and When to Sue

    By Michael Barasch

    Most people think that if they’ve been injured on-the-job, they can only collect from workers compensation. While true in some cases, there are exceptions to the rule that enable injured employees to sue for further damages. You may file a products liability suit if you were injured by a defective product If a machine you […]

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