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Worker Can't Proceed With Labor Law Claim Against Relatives

Monday, December 2, 2019 | 333 | 1 | 3 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that a worker could not proceed with a lawsuit against his mother, aunt and cousin for damages from falling from a ladder. Case: Sanders v. Sanders-Morrow, No. 2017-04006, 11/20/2019, published. Facts: Steven Sanders allegedly suffered injuries when he fell from a ladder while removing gutters from a home in Queens. The home had been owned by Willie Mae Morrow. Her daughters — Carolyn Sanders-Morrow and Dolores Morrow — inherited the property after her death. Sanders claimed he was hired by his mother,...

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