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NYC Grapples with Safety and Privacy for Undocumented Workers

Whether people wish to acknowledge it or not, immigrant workers play a tremendous role in building and maintaining America's major cities - especially New York. The Pew Research Center has estimated that 15 to 33 percent of New York's construction workforce is undocumented immigrants.

Do I have to allow access to my social media during discovery?

If you have been injured in a car accident or through the negligence of another, you probably are not concerned with the legal aspects of bringing a personal injury claim. But sometimes bringing a lawsuit is necessary to assert one's right to compensation. In these instances, you will likely go through a process called discovery.

Can I still get workers' compensation if I am not a citizen?

New York is rich in its history of attracting immigrants from all over the world seeking better lives in America. Many multi-cultural families have flourished with the job opportunities that didn't exist for them back home. Among these people are non-citizen workers performing dangerous jobs in the construction industry.

Is your work making you sick? You could have a claim to benefits.

When your New York job takes a toll on your health either because of an injury from a work accident or because of an occupational illness, it can have a direct impact on your financial health as well. Many people do not understand that when work is the reason for their illness, they have the same right to compensation as those who suffer from workplace injuries.

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