MCV Law Blog

  • SSA Announces 5.9 Percent COLA Increase for 2022 from The Social Security Disability Team at MCV Law

    SSA Announces 5.9% COLA Increase for 2022

    On October 13, 2021, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that there will be a 5.9% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increase.

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    Do I Have a Good Workers Compensation Case?

    Every injury at work deserves an evaluation to ensure that you're receiving the maximum benefits under the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law.

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    Accessibility for All in MCV Law’s New Space

    MCV Law’s mission is dedicated toward assisting our injured workers and helping our clients get their lives back – which is why our new building is going to be as accessible as possible.

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    New York Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Volunteer Firefighters - MCV Law

    Volunteer firefighters regularly find themselves in dangerous situations. They are often put at risk of severe injury, illness, and even death while responding to calls. When a first responder reports to an emergency in their community, and then becomes injured or sick as a result, the last things they should have to worry about are medical expenses and lost income from missing work during their recovery. If you need help securing compensation for your injury or illness, we are here to help.

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    New York State Makes Recent Changes to Boater Safety Laws

    It’s summertime and that means fun on the water for Central New York boaters! There are recent changes in both New York boater safety laws and boating insurance rules that all boat owners and operators need to know in order to protect both themselves and others. A good source of information about safe boating rules and regulations is the New York State Department of Parks and Recreation.

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