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Blog Posts in January, 2016

01.21.2016
Injured in a Scaffolding Accident?

It seems that everywhere you turn in New York City, you are going to find a scaffolding somewhere in sight. These makeshift structures are staples to construction sites, industrial jobs, and even window cleaning services, allowing workers to reach ...

01.18.2016
Scaffolding Accidents on the Rise in New York City

Construction is one of the most dangerous occupations in the nation. As estimated by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), construction accidents accounted for approximately 20.5% of fatal accidents in private industry in 2014, ...

01.07.2016
Work Accidents Caused by Harsh Weather Conditions

At the beginning of the year, New York City can fall victim to all manner of harsh weather conditions delivered by Mother Nature. Rain can flood the gutters and walkways, and thick piles of snow can frost up the streets. When everything is said and ...