A jury has awarded $24 million in punitive damages to each of the families of the two workers killed when a crane tower collapsed in New York City in 2008. Read more
Last May, a mobile crane with a 168-foot boom dropped a 13-ton air conditioner being placed atop a midtown Manhattan building, injuring 10 people. Read more
A New York jury awarded $24 million last month in punitive damages to the families of two men killed in a 2008 crane collapse. That verdict last month brings the total award against crane ow... Read more
A federal agency levied fines totaling $313,500 against three construction firms last month for safety violations that led to a tower crane collapse that killed seven people in March. The ci... Read more
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