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Landlord Held Liable for Labor Law Claim by Worker Hired by Tenant

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 | 314 | 0 | 35 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that a worker should have been granted summary judgment on his Labor Law claim against a landlord for his fall from a ladder while painting a sign for a commercial tenant. Case: Gonzalez v. 1225 Ogden Deli Grocery Corp., No. 3333 301382/13, 02/27/2018, published. Facts: The 1225 Ogden Deli Grocery Corp. leased retail space from Pont Eleve Associates to operate a deli. ODGC then hired Javier Gonzalez to paint a decoration on a sign attached to the store.  ODGC provided Gonzalez with an A-frame ladder to use, and the deli owner set up the ladder for him. ...

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