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Construction Workers Honor Fallen Colleagues

Thousands of construction workers gathered late in April to honor colleagues that had been injured or killed while on the job. The gathering of the thousands of construction workers was to honor their fallen colleagues over the past year in construction site accidents across the state of New York. Current and former construction workers along with friends and family members of injured and fallen construction workers wore hardhats and were led by bagpipers into Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The procession was met with cheers and applause by people watching outside of the church. Inside the church there were 18 chairs setup with 18 hardhats to honor and represent the 18 construction workers that were killed over the past year in New York construction site accidents.

One of the 18 workers that died in the past year was Anthony Paino. Paino was a 28 year old steelworker from Staten Island. He died when he fell 10 stories to his death while working on Kips Bay luxury hotel tower that was under construction. He fell to his death on March 19. His family and fiancé was in attendance for the memorial and they all felt that the tribute was especially moving for all 18 of the construction workers killed over the past year in New York construction accidents. Paino’s death was caused by the negligence of others and their failure to not take up the proper safety precautions at the job site. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a New York Construction Accident contact the law firm of Kleinick Law for expert legal counsel regarding your case today.

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