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Some construction injuries might require third party claims

Unions are a hot topic in the construction industry in New York. Unionized workers believe that this collective group helps to keep them safe, but non-unionized workers seem to think that the record of unions isn't all that others make it out to be. While it is true that union job sites have been involved in fewer injuries in the past, there are many other things that can have a direct impact on worker safety in this industry.

Construction worker injuries and deaths climb in New York City

New York City is in the midst of a construction boom. While this might be a positive sign for the economy, it also brings about some solemn news for the men and women who are working hard on these projects. They are losing co-workers at an alarming rate. This doesn't even include the individuals who are injured on the job.

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