WNY's Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Sep 21

Repetitive Stress Injuries in the Workplace

A "repetitive stress injury" refers to a broad array of health conditions resulting from repeating the same motion over and over again. In most cases, tissue is damaged, a tendon or bursa sac is...

read more →
Aug 16

Common Knee Injuries

Knee injuries are one of the most common cause of injury at work and can keep you out of the workforce for a long period of time – maybe even permanently. So it's important to not only get...

read more →
Jun 22

Will Filing for a Comp Case Hurt My Employer?

If you enjoy working with your employer, you might feel hesitant to pursue a workers' compensation case. After all, you don't want to make life difficult for a reasonable boss, and you don't want...

read more →
May 11

Head Injuries - Symptoms and What to Do

In 2014, over 80,000 workers suffered head-related injuries, such as concussions in the workplace, reports Grainger Industrial Supply. Whether you bumped your head on equipment or took a fall on a...

read more →
Feb 12

Workers' Compensation Claim: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pre-Qualifications

When most people hear the phrase "workplace injuries," they might picture machinery accidents or falls involving hazardous factory railings or floors. However, injuries with a subtle and gradual...

read more →
Feb 08

New York State Scaffolding Laws and Workers' Comp

New York State is home to unique scaffolding laws that can play a significant role in local workers' compensation claims. These laws draw both praise and criticism, and their overall effectiveness is...

read more →
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...

read more →
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.

read more →
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.

read more →
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...

read more →
1

Request a FREE Case Review Today

Follow Us

Recent Posts

Subscribe to Email Updates