Law Office of Kathryn M. Kirsch | N.Y. State Workers' Compensation
Welcome to the Law Office of Kathryn M. Kirsch
Looking for an experienced attorney to handle your work injury claim? You're covered! When you have suffered an injury at work and have trouble filing a claim, you need a competent workers' compensation attorney at your side. Located in Buffalo, New York, Kathryn Kirsch has dedicated her practice to representing individuals injured in the course of their employment since 1997.
Kathryn Kirsch is knowledgeable in all aspects of the New York State Workers' Compensation law and keeps abreast of ongoing updates in the law so her clients have the best chance of success with their claims.
Looking for an attorney you can trust with your claim for a work related injury? You have come to the right place. Kathryn Kirsch represents Claimants in a straightforward, professional manner. She will focus on your claim so you can focus on your recovery. Kathryn Kirsch accepts New York State Workers' Compensation claims from Buffalo and all of its surrounding suburbs. She accepts new claims or aged claims. If you have questions about a particular work injury or are unsure as to whether you have suffered a work injury, Kathryn Kirsch is available by phone for a free consultation to advise you of your rights under the law.
Latest Blog Post:
Nov 30, 2014
The New York State Workers' Compensation Board Releases the Non-Acute Pain Medical Treatment Guidelines
We have known the Board was working on these guidelines for quite some time. They have finally arrived and have now been published. These guidelines will be effective on December 15th, 2014. These new guidelines cover what type of treatment is allowable for people with chronic conditions and/or chronic pain. With regard to chiropractic treatment, physical therapy and occupational therapy, as expected, the Board is allowing only 10 visits of one of the above per calendar year once someone is classified with a permanent condition. However, the guidelines also state that "trials without maintenance care" are required "within a year and annually thereafter." I am presuming that the trials without maintenance would include those periods after or before the 10 visits are used. As with all changes, we will have to see how the judges rule on this issue and how the Board Panel responds to appeals to better determine (read more...)
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