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Brant Lake Camp Counselor/Hewlett-Woodmere School Teacher Accused of Sexually Assaulting Minors

A Long Island teacher and a longtime counselor at a summer camp is accused of sexually abusing five victims under the age of 11.  Dylan Stolz, 51, of Little Neck, was arrested and is charged with five counts of first-degree sexual abuse.  Stolz has been a counselor at the camp for 33 years. Police said …

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Construction worker Angel Ezpinoza dies after being struck in head.

A worker has died after being struck in the head in a construction accident in Upper Manhattan Thursday afternoon.  The scene of the construction is at the 13-story building on Riverside Drive near the northern end of Riverside Park in Morningside Heights. The property is owned by a non-profit organization, International House. Authorities say it appears …

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5 Types of Injuries Eligible for Joining a Pain Medication Overdose or Addiction Class Action.

Do I Have A Case? Opioid Injuries and Deaths are preventable tragedies. If you believe that a loved one died because of an opioid addiction and overdose due to the carelessness of a doctor, pharmaceutical company, or prescription company, you may be eligible to joi a class action lawsuit.  The following 5 types of cases are …

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A guide to ladder safety

Ladders are necessary components of any New York construction site. Nevertheless, any workplace tool that involves climbing to a point that’s higher than your body will increase the chance that you will suffer a serious injury. Let’s say you’re painting a two-story wall at a construction site. You may need to elevate yourself to reach …

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Federal repeal of ‘blacklisting rule’ could affect worker safety

During the last administration, workers’ rights groups and unions pushed for a rule to protect workers. This rule, enacted in 2015, was often referred to as the “blacklisting rule.” It required that any company bidding on federal projects with budgets above half a million dollars to report violations of fourteen critical worker safety and labor …

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