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On any given day, it is commonplace for city workers and dwellers to see hugDanger Construction Area in front of a building being demolishede cranes in the sky, traffic patterns interrupted due to construction sites and the never-ending scaffolding to walk under. Rarely does one think about the danger of construction or know the serious safety steps that are taken to ensure the protection of the public. Glenn Monk and Paul Howansky of Harrington, Ocko & Monk, LLP were recently interviewed by Construction Dive and addressed these concerns and other precautions taken. Read the full article, Beyond the Job Site: How Construction Companies Can Keep Bystanders Safe, here:

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Glenn Monk

Glenn A. Monk is the managing partner of the Insurance Defense practice group at Harrington, Ocko & Monk, LLP. Glenn has over 30 years of experience as a trial attorney specializing in tort defense litigation. Areas of particular expertise include: construction accidents, premises liability and security, products liability, general liability and insurance coverage. He represents corporations in OSHA and other administrative proceedings, and advises on claims handling. If you have any questions regarding these issues, please contact Glenn at (914) 686-4800 or via e-mail at

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