Unit Owners Liable for Worker’s Nail Gun Injury

Unit Owners Liable for Worker’s Nail Gun Injury



Facts: A worker was injured while using a nail gun to install base moldings in a condo unit when a nail ricocheted and struck his eye. The worker sued the condo association, including its board and manager, for negligence and labor law violations. The worker claimed that the association was the "owner" of the unit because the association owned the land beneath the building, and that the board and the manager were its “agents” as a result.

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