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Court Partially Revives Worker's Labor Law Claim for Mishap With Steel Beam

Friday, August 14, 2020 | 228 | 0 | 4 min read

A New York appellate court partially revived a worker’s Labor Law claim for his alleged injuries from trying to hold a steel beam in place after it was hoisted into position. Case: Tomala-Campoverde v. Trumbull Equities LLC, No. 2017-08741, 08/05/2020, published. Facts: In August 2011, Cristobal Tomala-Campoverde allegedly suffered injuries while working on the construction of a new building. He was attempting to connect two steel beams, one of which had been hoisted by a crane and was suspended horizontally. The crane locked, preventing the beam from moving up or down. It was at...

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