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Friday, October 16, 2015

The Sky Is Falling: Three Injured From Falling Glass at 245 Fifth Avenue

When Chicken Little warned everybody that the sky was falling, no one believed her. Sometimes, trial lawyers can feel like Chicken Littles, warning the City and State government that protections for pedestrians and construction workers are too lax. When people are injured due to defects, mistakes, or plain old negligence in construction, trial lawyers can be the scaffold that protects everyday New Yorkers from the falling sky.

On Wednesday, at 245 Fifth Avenue at the corner of 28th Street, panes of glass began to fall on pedestrians below from the 17th floor of a commercial building at that corner. Three were injured and taken to NYU Langone hospital. The building, owned by the Moinian Group, boasts that it is a "newly built, high-end space with glass front offices."

If you are injured by pieces of falling glass, please consult experienced trial lawyers as to your rights and potential claims. The attorneys at Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty are available for a free consultation at (212) 425-0230 or at

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