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Measures to Reduce New York Construction Worker Injuries

In a continuing series by the New York Times, David W. Chen has reported on recent developments within the New York City Construction Industry on the topic of work related injuries and fatalities: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/01/nyregion/construction-workers-safety-bill.html?emc=eta1. Mr. Cheng reports that despite industry wide and legislative recognition of the need to improve safety measures, a proposed bill seeking to require mandatory safety training for construction workers remains stalled due to the lobbying efforts of Project Owners and Project Developers.

The article represents a follow up on previous reporting by M. Chen for which Pat James Crispi significantly contributed: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/27/nyregion/rise-in-new-york-construction-deaths-strikes-the-poor-and-undocumented.html?emc=eta1

The Trial Lawyers of Keogh Crispi, P.C. commend Mr. Chen, and the New York Times for their persistence and courage in keeping the public informed on the importance of the need to reduce Construction Worker jobsite accidents and injuries.

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