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April 2015 Archives

Who is responsible for the health and safety of temporary workers?

Millions of U.S. workers rely upon temporary and contract work to make a living and support themselves and their families. From construction to warehouse work, frequently temporary workers are hired to complete assigned work duties that are dangerous and hazardous in nature. Unfortunately, both staffing agencies and host employers often fail to adequately educate or train temporary workers, thereby increasing the likelihood that a worker will suffer harm or injury.

Recent NYC construction accident leaves 4 injured

The New York Times reported on a recent construction accident in which four construction workers were injured. The accident occurred earlier this week as the four workers were performing demolition work inside a building located on Madison Ave. near 43rd Street.

Fighting to ensure injured workers receive the benefits to which they are entitled

In order to provide for themselves and their families, the vast majority of New York City residents must work and work hard. In cases where an individual suffers an injury while performing work-related duties, he or she is likely to not only suffer pain and harm, but may also be unable to work. When faced with this situation, it's normal to have concerns and fears about one's physical recovery and resulting financial hardships.

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