A worker whose career ended when tons of concrete and wire mesh crashed down on him in a building in Buffalo, New York, has settled his lawsuit for $4.9 million. The settlement came during a trial of the 43-year-old Plaintiff’s lawsuit. The Plaintiff, a member of a five-man demolition crew, was buried by falling concrete and wire mesh on the sixth floor of a long-vacant hotel building on September 9, 2003. The Plaintiff, who was working for a subcontractor, suffered severe back injuries and requires assistance to walk. The hotel building was constructed in 1897 and it was being converted into luxury apartments. Stephen R. Foley, a Buffalo, New York lawyer, represented the Plaintiff and did a very good job.
Source: Buffalo News
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