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NYC construction safety training requirements extended 6 months

They’re dragging their feet again. The New York City Council recently extended a deadline for construction workers to complete new safety training. The new deadline is December 1st, but the bill also gives the Department of Buildings the authority to extend the deadline yet another six months. The lack of legislative momentum goes back to...

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Cancer claims continue to mount against weed-killer Roundup

Roundup, the notorious glyphosate-based herbicide owned by Bayer, continues to come under fire as thousands of lawsuits claim the weed-killer’s active ingredient causes cancer. The World Health Organization has said that exposure to glyphosate might cause cancer, and glyphosate is listed as “probably carcinogenic to humans” by the American Cancer Society. Another recent study concluded...

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How Can a Lawyer Help Me After a Construction Accident?

Getting compensation after a work injury seems straight-forward: just fill out the paperwork and receive workers’ comp. Unfortunately, it’s never that easy. There are multiple forms, deadlines, appointments and court appearances. Not to mention the constant battle of keeping your guard up from your employer and the insurance adjusters who try to downplay your injury...

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NYC Workers’ Comp Lawyers Now Rep Hurt Workers Statewide

Whether you live in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, the Bronx or anywhere else in New York State, finding a topnotch workers’ compensation attorney may have previously been a challenge. In addition, claimants once had to travel long distances and endure long wait times to attend hearings that last mere minutes. This is especially painstaking for claimants...

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5 Myths About Construction Accident Injuries

New York construction workers hear so many things about work accidents that are simply not true. These lies are spread at worksites throughout the state and when workers start believing them, they miss out on important benefits that can help them when they’re injured. We’re setting the record straight and exposing five common myths about...

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Employee Misclassification and Workers’ Compensation Exemption

Have you ever seen a job ad asking if you’d like to be your own boss? Have you ever thought about the convenience and flexibility of earning a living outside of the 40-hour-per-week, 9-5 norm? If so, you’re not alone. Today’s emerging tech companies (such as Amazon, Uber, and Lyft) are seeking freelancers, independent contractors,...

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NYC lawyers can win compensation when restaurant workers are injured

Restaurant workers in New York City are at a heightened risk of sustaining injuries on the job. This is partly due to a decline in restaurant jobs and an increase in city restaurants. According to Crain’s New York Business, nearly 6,000 restaurant jobs were lost in 2018. The number of operating restaurants in the city...

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