Workers Compensation FAQ
Posted at: 9/24/2021 5:00 PM
Every injury at work deserves an evaluation to ensure that you're receiving the maximum benefits under the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law.
Posted at: 7/27/2021 2:48 PM
After having a surgery, you’re entitled to a period of 100% total disability and the pay that matches that “Degree of Disability” at 100%.
Posted at: 7/9/2021 2:00 PM
There are three essential things that everybody should do when filing for workers’ compensation. Fulfilling these guidelines will ensure that your case goes smoothly, and you will receive the maximum amount of benefits for your case.
Posted at: 6/11/2021 9:44 AM
If you have not been classified with a permanent disability and have a temporary partial disability, the carrier can raise the issue of “labor market attachment.”
Posted at: 2/5/2021 9:28 AM
If you are hurt at work, your employer’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance pays for your lost wages and medical bills. Because your medical and lost wages are paid by Workers’ Compensation regardless of how you were hurt, you can’t sue your employer/co-workers, even if they were negligent. So… is that all there is?