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    « Ask Tim, Episode #35 - What is an Independent Contractor Outside Construction? | Main | No-Fault or Workers' Comp For On-The-Job Injury? »

    May 22, 2013


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    Joe Williams, CPCU

    It also has been my understanding that in NY, the owner of the construction project has absolute liability for any worker injury caused by a "fall from heights". If that correct?

    Tim Dodge

    I could do an entirely separate blog just on that subject, but you've got the gist of it. I've done a number of posts here on the topic -- type "labor law" in the search box and you'll get links to several.

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