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    :: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 ::

    New York's scaffold law - PointOfLaw Forum
    The law 'applies to every form of building, from Trump's glitziest tower to a strip mall in Poughkeepsie,' notes Jon Coppelman at Workers' Comp Insider. And while the law does offer substantial financial balm to workers who suffer calamitous falls from, say, skyscrapers under construction, it 'also pays the painter, standing on a bucket in a closet, who injures himself in a fall totalling 24 inches.'

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