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Vacant Building Collapse Injures 3 In Brooklyn

A vacant building at 1438 Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, leaving three passersby injured, according to reports. The four-story building was being prepped for demolition. It was not immediately clear why the building collapsed.

 

A bicyclist and two other people were hurt, authorities said. “Three injuries from people in the vicinity of the building, all minor and all removed to area hospitals,” Wayne Cartwright, the FDNY Deputy Chief, told reporters.

 

The building has received complaints in the past about bricks falling and an unstable facade, however, those complaints have been resolved, according to reports.

A federal investigator said that there was no evidence of criminality, CBS New York reported.

The law firm of Morgan Levine Dolan handles many types of cases involving building collapses and explosions. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients injured as a result of the negligence of building owners and contractors.

A thorough, detailed investigation into the cause of these buildings collapsing must begin immediately so that crucial evidence is not destroyed. The City of New York and its agencies cannot be relied upon to perform these types of investigations. Many times it is determined that improper building permits were issued by the City and therefore liability is found against the Department of Buildings of the City of New York. Hiring the right lawyer to uncover negligent acts is the first important step.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a building collapse, contact Jared Levine of Morgan Levine Dolan at 212-461-499 today.

 

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/07/14/brooklyn-building-collapse/

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