Many workers who get hurt on the job have as many as THREE different cases they can bring. Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, and Social Security Disability.
Congratulations to Christopher Fernandez, who has been an integral part of our firm for several years while also attending law school at night. Chris displayed his gift for persuasive oral argument at the finals of regional rounds of the 68th Annual National Moot Court Competition. We have no doubt he's going to take the rest of the country by storm!
Sus normas propuestas y directrices de discapacidad reducirían drásticamente las sumas de dinero de compensación para los trabajadores lesionados que perdieron para siempre alguno o todo el uso de sus extremidades. Las normas y directrices
People go to hospitals for treatment and healing, yet these facilities can be quite hazardous for those who work there. New York doctors and nurses face a myriad of potential hazards and threats to their own health and safety, even while they provide care and treatment for others.
You may assume that the only time you would be eligible for workers' compensation benefits would be if you suffered an injury in a workplace accident, but that is not the case. In reality, any New York worker who experiences repetitive stress injuries because of his or her job could also have a valid claim to these benefits.
You may be in pain and feeling financial strain over medical bills or even stress about returning to work after sustaining a work injury. However, the process can complicate further if your employer and their insurer claim you are not an employee when you thought you were.
THIS IS A TRAVESITY FOR WORKING MEN AND WOMEN!! We must do better starting right now to ensure that every workplace in New York is safe
Las empresas y sus grupos de presión pagados, abogados y políticos están librando una guerra contra beneficios de PÉRDIDA de los trabajadores (también conocido como el AJUSTE FINAL). Estos beneficios son para trabajadores que sufren daño permanente.
Businesses and their paid lobbyists, lawyers, and politicians are waging all-out war against workers' compensation SCHEDULE LOSS (also known as FINAL ADJUSTMENT) permanency awards for working men and women.