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Common misconceptions regarding schedule loss of use awards - Injured Workers' Bar Association

August 12, 2017

As the NYSWCB works on changing the way Schedule Loss of Use awards are calculated (with an eye on substantial reductions in benefits paid to injured workers), we address the Myths surrounding this type of award.

NY Workers Compensation Assocation Survey

July 13, 2017

The WCB is currently evaluating Schedule Loss of Use benefits and may severely limit what an injured worker receives. WE NEED YOU! If you have suffered an injury to an extremity, please complete a quick survey by following this link: http://tiny.cc/NYWAC Thank you!

Pennsylvania Courts understand fair compensation for work place injuries

June 27, 2017

Pennsylvania Courts understand fair compensation for work place injuries - Do your New York State legislators understand? Let them know you oppose ANY changes to the impairment guidelines that would roll back your benefits for permanent disability.

We're Expanding

May 22, 2017

Our office is expanding. We are now pleased to again offer representation before the Social Security Administration. Are you disabled and unable to work? Call us for a free consultation! We can help you obtain your Social Security Disability benefits!

Owner Of Brooklyn Construction Company Charged With Manslaughter In Worker’s Death

May 11, 2017

The owner of a Brooklyn construction company has been charged with manslaughter following a wall collapse that left one worker dead and two others seriously injured. Michael Weiss, 47, of Williamsburg, owns RSBY NY Builders Inc. and Park Ave Builders Inc., both in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Judge rules state's workers' compensation act unconstitutional

May 9, 2017

A Jefferson County circuit judge today struck down Alabama's Workers' Compensation Act. Circuit Judge Pat Ballard found two provisions, the $220 a week cap in compensation and the 15 percent cap on attorneys fees, unconstitutional. However, because one or more provisions were found unconstitutional, the entire act is nullified. Ballard is staying his order 120 days.

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