The Law Office of Kathryn M. Kirsch
N.Y. State Workers' Compensation and Work Related Injury

On The Job

Your employer has to protect you while you work for them.


If you're injured during your employment you have the right to New York State Workers' Compensation benefits

Experience and Results

A respected veteran attorney with over 18 years of experience

Respect and Professionalism

Passionate representation in a professional manner

Claims Process

Kathryn Kirsch helps you throughout the entire process to ease the stress with filing the required paperwork and getting necessary documenation.

NY Workers Compensation

Accidents do happen. When they do ensure, know your rights and get what you are entitled to entitled to receive whether you work in Buffalo, Erie County, Niagara County or anywhere else in Western New York.

Continue Onward

Don't let the stress of the claims process or court cause you to lose what you're entitiled to by law.


Call Us at 716-852-1380 or Contact the Law Office of Kathryn M. Kirsch to handle your Workers Compensation or Social Security Disability/Income issues.

Latest News and Blog Posts

Mar 25, 2016, 12:39 PM
José Valerio was earning a decent wage in New York City working as a welder for 10 years before an accident in 2014 left him with severe third-degree burns to his hand. The injury later developed into Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), causing constant severe pain. The father of four is still under a doctor’s care, relying on workers’ compensation benefits as he looks for ways to get back into the job market. Today, while José struggles to recover, there are efforts underway to change the workers’ compensation system in ways that would not only create additional barriers for workers like him, but make it even less likely for injured workers to maintain a decent standard of living.
Mar 17, 2016, 12:44 PM
An Oklahoma law that lets employers opt out of state-regulated workers' compensation has been rejected and declared unconstitutional by state regulators. The Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission called the alternative workplace-benefit plans that some employers adopted under the law "a water mirage on the highway that disappears upon closer inspection." The unanimous ruling by the commission, issued Friday, is expected to be appealed.


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