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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFIT CHANGES

If you are on Social Security Disability benefits or are about to file for Social Security Disability benefits because you are disabled, and too disabled for all but a minimum of gainful employment, you need to know that the Social Security Administration will be making changes for the coming year.

Important Article on Construction Demolition Scaffold Safety

Quiero compartir con mis clientes que trabajan en construcción, demolición y remoción de asbesto, y con mis amigos, este excelente artículo de Gary LaBarbera, Presidente del Concilio de Oficios de Edificios y Construcción. Dicen que no tenemos un regalo más grande que nuestra salud - es importante mantener presión sobre los políticos de Nueva York para que continúen a efectuar un estado de Cero-Accidente en Nueva York.

CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION WORKER OSHA WARNINGS!

If you are a construction or demolition worker, and you rig or work on scaffolds or on ladders, or in construction ditches, OSHA has posted a list of the worst hazards you face. Be your own on-site advocate. Make sure that you demand proper safety equipment, and that you work with the very best safety techniques.

ATAQUE CONTRA LOS BENEFICIOS DE COMPENSACION DE DAÑO PERMANENTE

Las empresas y sus grupos de presión pagados, abogados y políticos están librando una guerra contra beneficios de PÉRDIDA de los trabajadores (también conocido como el AJUSTE FINAL). Estos beneficios son para trabajadores que sufren daño permanente.

No changes to New York scaffold law

Earlier this month we wrote a post about the two workers who were rescued from the Hearst Tower in New York, when the scaffold upon which they were standing collapsed. As the workers completed routine maintenance work, the men were left hanging by their safety lines, approximately 450 feet above the ground. The workers were eventually recovered after rescuers broke a window. Perhaps surprising to some, neither was hurt in the ordeal.

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