Upper West Side construction accident injures worker
The New York Daily News reported that a construction worker sustained a significant injury to his face after an accident occurred in an Upper West Side construction site on December 15. According to the report, a four-story building at W. 86th St. and West End Avenue was being renovated when a falling piece of construction material struck a worker who was on the second floor. The victim was brought to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital.
Officials stated that the construction material was dropped by another construction worker. The report also showed that the City Buildings Department has issued a violation for “failure to safeguard” and a partial stop-work order for scaffold usage.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a construction accident in New York and is planning to pursue a claim against a negligent construction manager, please consult with our attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP. Call our office today at 866-LAWS-USA to learn how we can help you build your case.