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Construction Painter Injured in New York City over a Plastic Slip and Fall
A painter was injured when he was caused to slip and fall on plastic at a construction site in lower Manhattan. Prior to the accident, the owner of the building hired a general contractor, who in turn hired the painter’s employer to perform painting work on the walls and ceiling around an escalator that connected the second and third[...]
Corporate Greed Leads to Construction Accident
On June 6, 2016 our client was working at 1211 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan. He was a construction worker who was finishing up some painting work. Inside of the building, he was working on a floor which had two levels. On the date of his accident, the injured worker was supposed to be working on the lower level. In[...]
Synagogue Wall Collapse Press Release
The Platta Law Firm, PLLC, represents the family of Stanislaw Supinski who died in a New York City construction accident last week. Our office is in the process of conducting a thorough investigation of this construction accident. Preliminary reports indicate that Mr. Supinski and the other worker injured in this construction accident were[...]
Why winning “liability” early in the case is so important?
A roofer was injured when he was performing work at a city school in Queens. The school was undergoing heavy renovation, including masonry work, replacement of parapets, roof replacement, electrical work, and interior renovation. The roofer was working for a subcontractor hired by the New York City School Construction Authority. [...]