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Work Injury

Injury, Work Injury | April 22, 2020

Can a Subcontractor Sue a General Contractor For a Work-Related Injury?

Construction sites are typically very busy areas with many workers going about getting the individual aspects of their projects completed. At any given moment at a construction site, there are usually many tasks going on at once. This could include installing plumbing, installing the electrical system, framing an area, landscaping, heavy equipment operations, and more. What many people do not realize is that there is often more

Case Studies, Work Injury | July 23, 2019

Our Client Was a Minor Assaulted At Work – $250,000

There is no room for sexual harassment in the workplace‚ especially when it involves a child. Our client was only 16-years-old and was working at a McDonald’s restaurant in Magnolia‚ New Jersey when an unsafe work environment led to her being sexually accosted.

Our client was scheduled to work from 5 p.m. to closing‚ which typically was not until 12:30—in direct violation of the New Jersey child

Case Studies, Work Injury | July 23, 2019

Work Injury Case Result – Keasbey, NJ – $170,000

Our client, a 65-year-old retiree, drove to Carousel Station Condominiums in Philadelphia to meet a friend one morning. He pulled into the parking lot and stopped his car. He had only taken a step or two toward his friend’s condo when he encountered a patch of black ice. He slipped on this unseen safety hazard and landed hard enough on his right elbow to shatter his upper