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construction worker in front of work site

Contractor Must Actively Supervise Employee or Work Site to be Liable Under Labor Law 200 or Common Law Negligence

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Property owners and contractors can be held liable for worksite injuries under several different sections of New York Labor Law, such as sections 200, 240(1) or 241(6). Each section has different requirements to hold the contractor liable, however, and it is crucial for the injured worker to understand the differences among the three in… Read More »

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Times Square Hotel Ironworker Shocked by Violations of Safety Regulations

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Even without a trial, a judge has ruled that the owner and contractor on a New York City construction project are liable as a matter of law for the injuries sustained by an ironworker who received multiple electric shocks while bolting up the roof on a Times Square hotel construction project. Matthew Buckley was… Read More »

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