$9.4 Million recovery for a 22-year-old man from Pennsylvania who suffered brain damage when he lost his balance while installing satellite communications equipment on the roof of a building in Valatie, New York.
$4 Million recovery for a 69-year-old construction worker who suffered a spinal cord injury with resulting paralysis while renovating a commercial building.
$4 Million recovery for a 55-year-old laborer who suffered amputation of both legs, one above the knee and one below the knee, when he was struck and his legs were crushed by a dump truck that was backing up while resurfacing a city street.
$2.1 Million recovery for a 60 year old construction worker acting as the ground person for a crane operator who accidentally hit a 130,000 volt over head power line with the crane boom resulting in sever burns to the worker.
$1.95 Million recovery for a Mexican construction worker who suffered multiple fractures and massive internal injuries when he fell 22 feet from a roof on a new Home Depot store being built in Oneonta, New York, because he was not provided with adequate safety devices.
$1 Million recovery for a 49-year-old construction worker from Georgia whose ankle had to be fused to treat fractures that he sustained when he fell from an elevated height because he was not provided with adequate safety devices while installing metal beams and shelving during the construction of a Lowe's Home Center.
$3.5 Million recovery from the State of New York for the death of 26-year-old civil engineer who died while working on a road construction project. He was struck by a construction vehicle backing up in the construction area and crushed to death. The man's death was caused by the State's failure to provide a safe place to work as required by Labor Law §241(6).