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Homeowners Had Immunity From Worker's Labor Law Claims

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, February 26, 2018 | 767 | 0 | 3 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that the owners of a residential property were immune from liability to a worker who allegedly suffered injuries during renovation of the home. Case: Domiguez v. Barsalin, No. 5747N 161738/14, 02/15/2018, published. Facts and procedural history: Ramon Domiguez allegedly suffered injuries in a fall while working on a construction project at a residential property owned by Alfred and Victoria Shtainer. Dominguez filed suit against the Shtainers, asserting violations of Labor Law Sections 240(1) and 241(6). Section 240(1) imposes absolute liability o...

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