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Series of Construction Accidents at World Trade Center Site

31
August
2012
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

Earlier this week, a construction worker installing a steel beam at 3 World Trade Center slipped and fell 15 feet, injuring his arms and head. This incident is only the most recent in a concerning string of accidents that have occurred at the site throughout the past several months. The construction worker, an employee of […]

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OSHA Campaigns to Prevent Construction Site Falls

31
July
2012
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

With the construction season well underway, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is working to prevent construction site accidents, and falls on construction sites in particular. Falls are by far the number one cause of fatalities in the construction industry, responsible for about one out of every three deaths. In 2010, 264 construction workers […]

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Trench Collapse Results in New York Construction Worker’s Death

22
June
2012
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

Yesterday morning, a tragic accident at a New York City construction site caused the death of a 29-year-old worker. The accident occurred on Staten Island when a trench wall collapsed burying the worker under debris. The 29-year-old man sustained severe head trauma as a result of the┬átrench collapse. He was transported to Staten Island University […]

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Construction Accident Kills One, Injures Three

04
April
2011
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

Construction workers know the dangers they face on the job each day. Companies strive to complete a project as soon and as inexpensively as possible in order to move along to the next job site. With so many different types of work being performed, it is not uncommon for serious injuries or death to result. […]

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