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Part of Worker's Suit Can Proceed Over Accident

Friday, May 29, 2020 | 211 | 0 | 27 min read

A New York appellate court partially revived a worker’s Labor Law action based on an accident that resulted in part of his finger being severed. Case: Spencer v. Term Fulton Realty Corp., No. 11489 154446/16, 05/14/2020, published. Facts: Jhon Spencer worked as a carpenter for a construction project. He claimed he was directed to pass iron rods to workers above him for installation. Spencer and his coworker had to move a cart loaded with dozens of iron jacks. The cart’s wheel became stuck, and a coworker began pulling it, pinning Spencer’s hand severing the ...

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