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Roofer's Inconsistent Accounts of Accident Preclude Summary Judgment on Labor Law Claim

Friday, May 20, 2022 | 0

A New York appellate court ruled that a roofer who provided differing accounts of how he fell from a ladder was not entitled to summary judgment on his Labor Law claim. Case: Jurski v. City of New York, No. 2019-07626, 04/27/2022, published. Facts: Andrezj Jurski worked as a roofer for Kel-Tech Construction. He allegedly sustained injuries when he fell from an extension ladder while renovating a bulkhead on the roof of a building at a public high school in Queens. Procedural history: Jurski filed suit against the City of New York, asserting a claim for violation of Labor Law Section 240(1)....

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