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Tag Archives: scaffold law

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Court Rules Fall from Billboard Catwalk was a Covered Injury under the Scaffold Law

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Billboard ads are temporary in nature and meant to be changed from time to time. When a new advertisement is being put up, does that work count as “routine maintenance,” or is the billboard being “altered” within the meaning of New York Labor Law 240(1) – the Scaffold Law? How this activity is categorized… Read More »

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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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New York Scaffold Safety Law Under Attack in Legislature

By Leandros Vrionedes |

New York’s so-called scaffold law protects construction workers from the hazards of working on heights and applies to ladder falls as well as scaffolds or any elevation-related accident. The scaffold law can be found in several sections of the New York Labor Code, such as sections 240, 241, and 241A. These provisions apply to… Read More »

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