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#31
$________ RECOVERY - CONSTRUCTION SITE NEGLIGENCE - FAILURE OF ________ GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND PRIME STEEL CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE FALL PROTECTION - IRON WORKER FALLS 23 FEET - SEVERE ELBOW FRACTURE - FIVE SURGERIES - FRACTURED JAW - FRACTURED FEMUR.
Middlesex County, NJ (158342)
#32
$________ RECOVERY - FAILURE TO PROVIDE FALL PROTECTION - ________ EMPLOYEE OF STEEL SUBCONTRACTOR FALLS 14 FEET - OSHA MANDATES FALL PROTECTION AT HEIGHTS OF 15 FEET - MULTIPLE FRACTURES TO BOTH LEGS - ELBOW FRACTURE - COMPARTMENT SYNDROME - FASCIOTOMY - INABILITY TO CONTINUE WORKING.
Somerset County, NJ (158175)
#33
$________ RECOVERY PURSUANT TO BINDING ARBITRATION - CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT - OSHA - FAILURE TO PROVIDE FALL PROTECTION AT NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION SITE - 20-YEAR-OLD ________ FALLS APPROXIMATELY 30 FEET FROM ROOF - COMPRESSION FRACTURE AT L3 - FUSION SURGERY - FAILED BACK SYNDROME - DISPLACED FRACTURE TO LEFT ANKLE - CONTINUING PAIN - INABILITY TO WORK.
Mercer County, New Jersey (157797)
#34
$________ RECOVERY - CONSTRUCTION SITE NEGLIGENCE - CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE OPERATED IN REVERSE WITHOUT SIDEVIEW MIRRORS OR SPOTTER - WORKER CRUSHED BETWEEN CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE AND FORKLIFT - SEVERE DEGLOVING - SPINAL CORD INJURIES - ABDOMINAL COMPARTMENT SYNDROME - DEATH MONTHS LATER - PORTEE CLAIM.
Morris County, NJ (157502)
#35
$________ RECOVERY PURSUANT TO BINDING ARBITRATION - CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT - OSHA - FAILURE TO PROVIDE FALL PROTECTION AT NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION SITE - 20-YEAR-OLD ________ FALLS APPROXIMATELY 30 FEET FROM ROOF - COMPRESSION FRACTURE AT L3 - FUSION SURGERY - FAILED BACK SYNDROME - DISPLACED FRACTURE TO LEFT ANKLE - CONTINUING PAIN - INABILITY TO WORK.
Mercer County (147187)
#36
$________ COMBINED RECOVERY - FAILURE OF ________ CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT WORKERS WERE ADEQUATELY TRAINED - ________ FALL 25 FEET OFF WORK PLATFORM - INITIAL ________ SUFFERS MULTIPLE LEG AND HIP FRACTURES, AS WELL AS ANKLE CRUSH FRACTURES -________ CO-WORKER SUSTAINS BILATERAL MENISCAL TEARS AND SOFT TISSUE NECK AND BACK INJURIES
Middlesex County (143289)
#37
$________ RECOVERY Failure to enforce safety rules at job site - Employee of carpentry subcontractor uses unguarded table saw -Severe lacerations and degloving injury to all five fingers on left, non-dominant hand - Finger fracture - Nerve damage
Ocean County (140115)
#38
$________ RECOVERY - FAILURE OF GENERAL CONTRACTOR AT TRACK LAYING SITE TO SUPPLY PLYWOOD PLATFORMS TO COVER REBAR GRID CREATES TRIPPING HAZARD - ________ FALLS FORWARD AND FRACTURES BOTH PATELLAS AND SUFFERS MENISCAL TEARS - ARTHRITIS - PROBABLE NEED FOR BILATERAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY - INABILITY TO WORK.
Mercer County (64875)
#39
$________ RECOVERY Negligent failure to provide fall protection to employee working on placing siding on commercial establishment undergoing renovations - ________ falls nine feet from canopy that is covered with snow - Fractures to dominant elbow and hip.
Middlesex County (64582)
#40
$________ RECOVERY Construction accident at site of renovation of single family home - General contractor negligently creates opening in attic floor for placement of stairway without placing warnings - ________ insulation subcontractor falls approximately 20 feet through thin portion of second story ceiling which could not support weight placed in opening - Severe separation of dominant shoulder - Internal derangement to both knees - Psychiatric reaction - Alleged inability to work.
Morris County (50487)
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