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December 2018 Archives

Keeping New York workers safe during the cold winter months

The winters in New York can be long and cold, and it can difficult for workers to do their jobs in these harsh weather conditions. From the wind chill to icy conditions, the winter months can pose many challenges to certain types of workers. Because of this, employers have a responsibility to provide employees with work conditions that are as safe as reasonably possible.

Injured on the job? Be careful what you post on social media.

After a serious injury on the job, many workers feel bored and isolated. Social media can be a gateway to the outside world. Social media has become so pervasive that we often post without a second thought. When you're involved in a legal case, however, that can be dangerous.

Social Security benefits to increase in 2019

It’s rare to hear good news about Social Security among the projections that the program is running out of money. In our political and economic climate, many people are concerned about funding their retirement or collecting the government benefits they need to get by. Fortunately, those who are eligible for Social Security benefits have something to look forward to in 2019.

Businesses have strong defenses to invalid worker' comp claims

When a worker gets hurt while performing the duties of their job, a New York business owner may worry about the types of legal challenges they will face. In many cases the worker will seek compensation for their period of recovery and often that compensation will come in the form of workers' compensation. In order to obtain workers' compensation benefits a worker must fulfill certain steps in the process and the failure to do so can provide employers with options for denying the employees' claims.


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