When Tragedy Affects Your Building – Picking Up the Pieces at Your Co-op or Condo

According to a story in the New York Daily News on August 18, a construction worker died after apparently hanging himself from a fifth-floor window at a Queens condominium complex. By any estimation, this event was tragic, and surely devastating for the friends and family of the deceased. But an incident like this doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and its effects tend to reverberate throughout the greater community at large. And while such shocking deaths are rare, unfortunate circumstances of a lesser stripe are not.     Read the article……………


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