WNY's Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Feb 05

The Workers' Compensation Claim Appeals Process

Injured workers have numerous rights as they seek workers' compensation, as any experienced lawyer will tell you. According to New York laws, one of those rights is the right to appeal any decision...

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Feb 01

Lawyer vs. Non-Lawyer

You've been injured on the job and have committed to filing a workers' compensation claim. Now you have two routes available to you. You can proceed with a lawyer or a non-lawyer.

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Jan 29

Correct Compliance with Workers' Compensation Laws

When it comes to New York's workers' compensation laws, employers need to take a variety of measures to ensure they are in compliance.

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Jan 26

How to Talk to Your Workers' Comp Doctor

In New York you're often able to select your workers' compensation doctor from a directory of authorized physicians. But no matter which doctor you select, there are certain subjects you'll want to...

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Jan 22

Preventing Injury While Working in an Office

While working in an office environment might seem mundane, it is not entirely free of health hazards. You certainly won't have to worry about falls from scaffolding or runaway forklifts, but more...

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Jan 18

How To Prevent an Injury While Working in a Factory

Factory workers have an important role to play in the manufacturing industry. Unfortunately, their tasks often involve manual labor that can potentially put them in harm's way. A factory work...

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Dec 12

Worker’s Compensation or Personal Injury Lawsuit: Which should I file?

Many people confuse worker’s compensation with personal injury claims.  The two are not one in the same.  Before you file for worker’s compensation benefits you should know and understand the...

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Dec 12

How Your Labor Union Can Help When You Are Injured at Work

Some clients that come to us after being injured at work are also members of a labor union.  If you have been injured at work and are also a part of a labor union, there are several things you should...

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Nov 28

NYS Workers Comp Board Revises Policy on Medication Hearings

As most claimants in New York State are now aware, a conscious and concerted effort has been made over the last two years to tackle the perceived problems of long term opiate and narcotic use.  As...

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Nov 17

Workers Comp - What Happens If You Move?

Obtaining medical care for a Work Injury in New York State is can be complex. Your physicians are required to jump through hoops, file forms and your benefits are dependent upon the proper...

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