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construction workers on scaffoldNew York’s “Scaffold Law”, Labor Law §240(1), is a strict (absolute) liability statute created to protect workers in the field of construction where injuries, or, in some instances, death occur while performing one or more tasks that are elevation related.

Since its inception, the statute has generated substantial case law attempting to interpret and appropriately incorporate its intended purposes in those matters that come within its ambit.

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