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Subcontractor's Injured Employee Can't Maintain Suit Against Property Owner, General Contractor

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, August 10, 2018 | 321 | 0 | 18 min read

The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that a property owner and general contractor had no liability for the injuries suffered by a subcontractor’s employee because the subcontractor had not provided the equipment to do his job safely. Case: Grady v. Jones Lang Lasalle Construction Co., No. 2017-0371, 08/08/2018, published. Facts: In 2012, the Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. hired the Jones Lang LaSalle Construction Co. for a construction project in Dover. Jones Lang subcontracted the roofing work to the A&M Roofing and Sheet Metal Co. Steven Grady worked for A&M. On a cold and w...

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