March 18, 2020
I knew before this national crisis that we had the best team around handling workers’ compensation claims for injured workers’. Our team has not missed a beat this week. While all team members are working remotely for the greater good, the entire team is fully functioning with no snags or slowdowns. If you call our office today, please thank the team member you speak with. They are working very hard to ensure your benefits are not impacted by the disruptions caused by the virus.
February 25, 2020
Due to the Winter Storm Warning issued for all of Erie County with blizzard conditions expected, our downtown Buffalo location will be CLOSED tomorrow, February 26th, for appointments and drop ins. However, we will still be functioning normally with regard to hearings, phone calls and paperwork. As always, please feel free to call or email us tomorrow with any questions or concerns you have regarding your case.
February 19, 2020
By James A. Parrott and Nicholas B. Martin Despite an early history as a national leader in safeguarding the interests of workers injured on the job, New York’s workers’ compensation system has eroded considerably over the years, as legislative and administrative changes have often focused on curtailing benefits rather than adapting to changes in the economy, workforce, and business practices. While legislative changes in 2007 and 2017 included some positive measures, for the most part changes…
January 28, 2020
We are excited to announce that our exceptional customer service is now being extended to the areas of Family Law, Real Estate, Criminal Law and more! Do you have a legal issue? Call us for a FREE consultation and see if we can help!
January 16, 2020
Struggling in the current Workers’ Comp system? There is something you can do! Call your state legislatures NOW. They are in legislative session currently and need to hear from you. Not sure who represents you or how to reach them? Google both NYS SENATE and NYS ASSEMBLY, type in your zip ode and get the contact info. Call NOW. Get heard so changes can be made!
November 15, 2019
To honor National Family Caregivers Month, New York State today announced a new resource to help employees understand their rights and use New York’s landmark Paid Family Leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition. A detailed webinar will explain how eligible, working New Yorkers can take job-protected, paid time off to be there for a loved one who has a qualifying condition that involves inpatient care or continuing treatment.