Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP

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Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • IN NYC, Some Construction Worker Deaths Loom in Anonymity

    How does a family feel when their mother or father is killed in a construction site accident but New York City agencies fail to recognize the death in their statistics? Unfortunately, several families in the New York area are currently...

  • New York City's Deadly Streets

    The streets are a tough place to be. When you venture out for the day, there's a chance you won't make it back home to your family. Is it because of dangerous murderers? How about drug dealers? Is it...

  • Make Every Day Labor Day

    We hope you had a wonderful Labor Day filled with friends, family and food. We also hope you took a moment to think about the real meaning of Labor Day, celebrating the American labor movement and the contributions workers...

  • Big Weekend For Injuries In The NFL

    Professional football often seems like a modern day gladiator sport, providing fans the opportunity to be entertained by large men colliding with one another at high speeds for three hours. This past weekend was a demonstration of the risks...

  • Crashes Involving City Vehicles Are Increasing

    Crashes involving city vehicles are up - - and not by just a little. Accidents involving city agency vehicles, not including the Police Department, soared by more than 10%. In 2015 there were 5726 crashes involving non-police city vehicles. Unfortunately,...

  • Deadly Midtown Manhattan Construction Site Sparks Construction Accident Prevention Discussion

    Yesterday, a 52-year-old worker fell to his death while working at a construction site located at a Midtown Manhattan high rise building. The male subcontractor was working on the 47th story of a building located at W. 52nd St. between...

  • 2016: Open Season on NYC Cyclists

    New York City continues to talk tough about making our streets safer when it comes to crashes. But an alarming study reveals that NYC cyclists have never been in greater danger. So far this year there have been 17 cyclists...

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