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New York State's "Scaffold Law" puts absolute liability on contractors and owners in gravity-related accidents, causing many to question it's effectiveness.

Insurance companies and construction businesses are in open war with trial lawyers and labor unions over New York’s 129-year-old “Scaffold Law,” which institutes absolute liability on contractors if an employee is injured or killed on the job.


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