Category: Premises Liability

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Industrial Code Violations

INDUSTRIAL CODE VIOLATIONS New York Courts are littered with Labor Law 241(6) claims that hinge on whether the correct industrial codes have been plead and supported with admissible evidence. For a person injured in a construction accident, industrial code violations are probably the last thing on their mind. Having a¬†personal injury attorney familiar with Labor […]


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Construction Accident

Construction Accident The construction industry is a very dangerous industry for trade workers who often put their life and safety on the line when they go to work and risk construction accidents. In large cities such as New York City where new high rises are constructed on a weekly basis, developers, business ventures, owners, general […]


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Notice of Claim Requirement

NOTICE OF CLAIM REQUIREMENT Before one can bring a lawsuit to collect damages against a city, town, or a public agency in the state of New York, a notice of claim requirement must be satisfied. A claimant has ninety days during which to file and comply with the notice of claim requirement or they will be […]


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Premises Liability

Premises Liability This article is intended to give some insight into some interesting New York caselaw with regards to premises liability. Eischelbaum v. Douglas Elliman, LLC, 52 AD3d 210 – a real estate broker does not possess the required level of control over a property they are showing to be held liable for dangerous conditions […]


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