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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

    Crane Malfunction Kills Construction Safety Director in New

    By Dominique A. Penson

    A crane at a construction site in Midtown Manhattan reportedly killed its safety director after it malfunctioned. The safety director was identified as a 40-year-old man who was inspecting the hydraulics of the equipment when the crane’s boom pinned him against his truck. Firefighters rushed to the construction site on East 44th St. and used […]

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  • Construction Accidents

    Legal Options After a Construction Site Accident

    By Dominique A. Penson

    Construction jobs are inherently dangerous. The industry is consistently on the top of the list in terms of workplace injuries and fatalities, so it’s important that anyone who works in the field has an understanding of the legal options available in the event of a work-related accident. Should you suffer a construction injury, you generally […]

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  • Personal InjuryWorkplace Injury

    Construction Negligence Injures Innocent Pedestrians

    By Michael Barasch

    Times Square was recently the scene of a construction accident when severe rains and winds of 43 mph caused a massive plywood retaining wall to fall down and injure three pedestrians. It took more than two dozen people to lift the wall from the injured victims, who were then rushed to Bellevue Hospital by firefighters. […]

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  • Workplace InjuryPersonal Injury

    Construction Accidents: More than Workers Comp

    By Michael Barasch

    Trapped over three hours in mud the consistency of quicksand, a New York construction worker had begun to lose feeling in his legs after falling 15 feet into a trench. The mud, intensified by falling rain in June of this year, worsened the emergency on a worksite that was technically shut down by the Department […]

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