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Month: March 2013

Construction Worker Hires Morgan Levine in Trip and Fall Accident

A Bronx construction worker hired Morgan Levine this week to fight for his rights in a trip and fall accident.  Morgan Levine is now representing over 75 construction workers injured over the last six months. This most recent accident involved a construction worker who slipped and fell on oil as he was digging a trench …

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Zone of Death: Washington Heights’ 28-block-wide Zone has Claimed 11 Pedestrians over 3 years

The narrow area, bordered by 164th St. to the south, 192nd St. to the north and the Hudson and Harlem Rivers, holds the lethal distinction as the location of one of the worst clusters of pedestrian fatalities in Manhattan. A 28-block-wide Corridor of Death along the east-west approaches to the George Washington Bridge in Washington …

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Another Pedestrian Killed and Long Island Driver Charged With DWI

Police have arrested a Long Island driver in connection with the death of a pedestrian. Suffolk County police say 59-year-old Thomas Vaughan, of Lake Grove, was driving the SUV near Lake Ronkonkoma early Sunday morning when he hit the pedestrian. Our law firm represents innocent victims in these and other types of car accident cases.  We …

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Construction Workers Injured in Brooklyn Building Collapse

Two construction workers were seriously injured when they were crushed under a collapsed building in Brooklyn.  The new building was being constructed in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, where many clients of Morgan Levine currently live. Another four construction workers were injured in the accident which was caused by negligently placed plywood and heavy materials on …

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Firefighters Rescue Subway Construction Worker Trapped For 4 Hours In The Mud

After several hours, firefighters finally pulled a trapped Second Avenue subway construction project worker out of the mud and to safety, after struggling to free him. The worker was trapped 75 to 100 feet below grade level in a block-long trench when he became stuck.  The trench had collapsed upon him. Morgan Levine is currently handling …

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