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Court Rejects Firefighter's Personal Injury Claim Against Property Owner

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 | 198 | 0 | 0 min read

A New York appellate court rejected a firefighter’s personal injury claim against a property owner for an alleged slip-and-fall while responding to a fire on the premises. Case: Viselli v. The Riverbay Corp., No. 4908 300585/13, 11/09/2017, published. Facts: Paul Viselli worked as a firefighter. While he was responding to an apartment fire on the fifth floor of a building owned by the Riverbay Corp., and he allegedly slipped and fell on wet substance on the concrete stairs of an internal, common stairwell. Procedural history: Viselli later filed suit against Riverbay, asserting claims...

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