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Worker Fell off of Scaffold, Claimed Disabling Injuries

Worker Fell off of Scaffold, Claimed Disabling Injuries

On Feb. 25, 2015, plaintiff Rigoberto Martinez-Gonzalez, a laborer in his 30s, worked at a
renovation site that was located at 56 W. 75th St., in Manhattan. Martinez-Gonzalez was
taping a ceiling. During the course of that task, he fell off of a scaffold. He plummeted a
distance of some six feet, and he landed on a floor. He claimed that he suffered injuries of his back, his face, his head, a knee, his neck, a tooth and a wrist.

$400,000 Motorcyclist Claimed Road Repair Led to Pothole, Accident

$400,000 Motorcyclist Claimed Road Repair Led to Pothole, Accident

On March 9, 2016, plaintiff Yosaif Frommell, a 31-year-old unemployed man, was motorcycling on Coney Island Avenue, in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. While he was approaching the intersection at Avenue C, his motorcycle’s front wheel entered a pothole. Frommell resultantly fell onto the roadway, and he suffered an injury of an ankle.

$3,000,000 WORKPLACE INJURY: FALL FROM CONSTRUCTION SCAFFOLD

$3,000,000 WORKPLACE INJURY: FALL FROM CONSTRUCTION SCAFFOLD

At noon on February 25, 2015, our client, then a thirty-six (36) years old man, was working as a drywall taper inside of a 2 nd floor apartment located at 56 W. 75 th Street in Manhattan. At the time of his fall, the four story residential building of 56 W. 75 th Street was undergoing a renovation. The defendant owner of the property, hired defendant contractor to perform general contracting services. Defendant contractor then subcontracted with Plaintiff’s employer to complete the project.

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