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New York Scaffold Law and construction worker safety

Working on a construction site in Brooklyn, or any other part of New York, means that you either have to work on or around scaffolding. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that not only do the majority of construction workers have to use scaffolding on a regular basis, but the use leads to some of the most common accidents and injuries on job sites.

A short sale is a viable alternative to foreclosure

A short sale is one possible alternative to a foreclosure. If you've found yourself unable to pay your mortgage, it's possible to reach out to the lender to discuss a possibility for a short sale. If your home is underwater, which means it's worth less than you owe, the short sale can help you sell the home for less while not having to make up the difference in the sale price and what you owe.

Mistakes on foreclosure documents can help you defend your home

Your home is your biggest investment, and a lot of your monthly income goes straight into it. In addition to your mortgage, insurance and taxes, you likely put money and work into updates and repairs to make the space more modern and livable. Unfortunately, years of hard work and investment can start to unravel in only a few weeks.

The top teen driving distraction isn't what you think

Every time you hit the road in New York, you worry about distracted teen drivers. You know how common it is for them to start texting while driving. You know they're going on Facebook and Instagram. You know that all of the rules, regulations and awareness campaigns in the world haven't put an end to it.

6 things to know about foreclosures

You finally found your dream home and were able to handle all the bills that came along with it. But, then you lost your job. Now, you are behind on the mortgage and worried that you are going to lose your home.

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