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Construction Accidents

$4,000,000 Dollar Settlement For Electrical Helper After Construction Accident

October 23, 2018 in
Our client was a 56-year-old electrical helper whose employer was hired to install electrical outlets in a pharmacy in the Bronx. The client was on a ladder running wires through a drop ceiling when he came into contact with a live wire which was...
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$24 Million Dollar Settlement For Construction Worker Run Over By An Excavator

October 16, 2018 in
The personal injury attorneys at SPBMC obtained a $24 Million Settlement for a construction worker who was run over by a reverse-moving excavator resulting in the loss of one leg and multiple internal injuries. The operator could not see behind the machine and there...
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$3.475 Million Verdict for Construction Worker Injured in Elevator Accident

May 2, 2018 in
A freight elevator carrying construction workers malfunctioned and plummeted five stories before crashing into the sub-basement of a building under renovation in New York City. The impact caused severe back and neck injuries to our client – a 43-year-old union electrician. Sullivan Papain Block...
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Scaffolding Accident Resulted in a $505,000 Dollar Settlement

April 25, 2018 in
A 26-year-old laborer fell approximately 15 feet while dismantling a scaffold.  The plank of the scaffold extended approximately 1 foot beyond the scaffold’s frame.  The Plaintiff stepped on the edge of the plank and the plank toppled over with the plaintiff.  Plaintiff injured his...
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SPBMC Obtains $3.8 Million Dollar Settlement for the family of a 42 year-old construction worker

March 6, 2018 in
A 42-year-old construction worker was walking along a 2-foot wide foundation wall carrying materials to the back of a construction site when he lost his balance and fell through an unguarded opening.  He fell approximately 15 feet striking his head.  The worker was not...
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