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Year: 2017

Does the NYC Construction Boom Compromise Public Safety?

There is no sign of construction slowing down anytime soon in New York City. In fact, according to data from the Department of Buildings, the city issued over 88,000 construction permits in the past six months - a record high. Another report estimates that...

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What Are The Rights of Innocent Bystanders?

Occurring on Labor Day weekend and wedged in a news cycle that includes two catastrophic hurricanes, you may not have heard about the tragedy that occurred in New York City on September 5th. Six innocent bystanders at Staten Island's Page Laundromat were injured...

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Worker Dies While Installing Solar Panels in Corona, Queens

Tragically, a worker died last week as a result of a fall from a two-story home on 50th Ave., near 94th St. in Corona, Queens, as reported by the New York Daily News.At around 11:50am on October 18th, the 60-year-old worker, whose name has not yet been released, was...

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Looking Back at 4 Terrible Motor Vehicle Accidents

Like any activity we engage in, getting behind the wheel or sitting down in the passenger seat has its risks. What starts off as a simple commute to work or trip to the store can quickly become a tragic accident that leaves people injured or worse. We have...

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Aiding Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Efforts From New York

 It's the fifth strongest storm to ever hit the United States. On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made a direct hit on Puerto Rico and left widespread destruction behind. The 150 mph winds and flooding rain knocked out power for the entire island and wrecked...

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