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No Labor Law Liability for Adjacent Property Owner

Friday, January 22, 2021 | 215 | 0 | 24 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that a construction worker did not assert a viable Labor Law claim against the owner of the property where he was injured. Case: Zhao v. A.T.C. Construction Group Corp., No. 2019-03790, 01/13/2021, published. Facts: The A.T.C. Construction Group Corp. hired Yong Qiao Zhao to perform renovation work in connection with a construction project at 225 Rector Place in Manhattan. Zhao took the debris to a trash bin in front of 237 Henry St., where A.T.C. was performing an unrelated project. As Zhao was disposing of debris from the Rector project, he fell ...

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