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Brooklynite Receives Over a Million Dollar Settlement for Ladder Collapse

Tuesday, December 26th, 2017

New York Ladder Accident AttorneysA 35 year old laborer doing duct work on a Manhattan property suffered a fall from a 10 feet A-frame ladder. The magnitude of the fall caused fractures of the thigh bone and left thumb. The fall was caused by a duct which swung down prematurely, knocking the ladder and causing A.R to lose his balance. A.R did his best to counterbalance the ladder but could not prevent himself from falling. A.R screamed for help and EMS took him to the Emergency Room and he awoke after surgery which included rods and screws. A.R spent the following months needing a walker to get around.

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St. Lucian Man Falls from Scaffold after Not Being Provided Safety Equipment, While Working on a Williamsburg, Brooklyn Construction Project

Monday, April 17th, 2017

A.E., a middle-aged St. Lucian man, was working on a 3-story building construction project in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A.E was screwing sheet rock into the walls, when one of the pieces of sheet rock began to move ultimately causing him to fall. Since he did not have a safety harness he fell to the ground, and fractured his right arm.

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Uzbekistani Construction worker receives $975,000 settlement after falling from scaffold.

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

New York Construction Accident AttorneysOn a rainy day of the summer of 2012, a 44 year old Uzbekistani construction worker was trying to board some windows and not knowing that the scaffold was wet, he slipped and fell backwards. A.S’s case was complicated because he did not seek immediate medical treatment and because as a Russian speaker, he needed attorneys who would understand the facts of the incident. Fortunately A.S was recommended to Hill & Moin, LLP attorneys who treated him as a family member.

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Brick Installer Injures Thumb with Faulty Hoist Lift and Receives $425,000 Settlement for his Pain and Suffering

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

English Translation – “I came here because I had an accident at work. I work construction, and my accident took place with a hoyt lift, that’s a machine that is used to raise materials up. I felt very well represented here with Hill & Moin. Their personnel are extremely capable and treat people extremely well. And thankfully, we were able to bring this case to a resolution”.

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Russian Painter Falls From Ladder And Receives Settlement Greater Than Half Million Dollars

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

In the summer of 2014, Mr. R was seriously injured while painting and doing maintenance work at a New York summer camp. While painting the roof of a camp building, Mr. R fell from an unsafe ladder and suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured vertebrae and medial meniscal tears to his right and left knees, which later required surgeries. Mr. R found his way to the law firm of Hill & Moin and was extremely lucky that he did.

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Cable Technician Injured While Attempting to Park Work Truck as Front Tire Enters Open Electrical Manhole

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

A.F., a Cable Technician, was installing a cable box at a Brooklyn residence. After unloading the necessary equipment, A.F. was attempting to park his previously double-parked work vehicle, when the vehicle’s front tire entered an open electrical manhole. A.F.’s vehicle lunged forward, and he suffered injuries as a result of the quick jerking motion of his work truck.

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