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Court Revisits Labor Law Dispute, Revives Portions of Worker's Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, October 11, 2018 | 230 | 0 | 86 min read

A New York appellate court revisited a Labor Law dispute over a worker’s fall from a ladder and revived portions of his claims against a contractor that had been hired to install signage at a retail space. Case: White v. 31-01 Steinway, No. 6607 156151/13, 10/09/2018, published. Facts: Jeffrey White worked for Capitol Design & Construction Service as a sign installer. He fell from a ladder while installing a sign in preparation for the opening of a new Express retail store at a property owned by 31-01 Steinway LLC. Express had hired Russco Inc. to act as the general contracto...

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