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When an employee gets injured on the job there are generally two ways for him to recover financial losses. He can claim his workers compensation from the insurance company which helps him with the general medical expenses. In some cases, an employee may also be able to file a lawsuit. An employee injured at the...
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The Variance Process as put forth in the 2010 and 2012 New York Workers’ Compensation Board Medical Treatment Guidelines do not address the realities facing the Injured Workers’ of New York. Of course, if you get hurt at work in NYC you should consult a Bronx Workers Compensation lawyer, a Queens Workers Compensation Lawyer, a...
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The Social Security Administration (SSA) periodically reviews the case of every person who is receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits. This process is called a “continuing disability review” (CDR) and is intended to identify beneficiaries who may no longer qualify as disabled. If, during a CDR, the SSA finds...
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When the time comes to contemplate disability there is often confusion regarding which benefits to apply for or which benefits you are entitled to obtain. There is frequently a misunderstanding about Social Security Disability Benefits (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) because they are both administered by the Social Security Administration. It is important to...
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Many business owners do not know that New York workers compensation insurance is mandatory for any company that works in New York. Uninsured employers in New York State without any coverage for New York workers compensation an employee who received an injury or becomes ill from a work-related activity can sue the employer if he...
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The modern system of workers’ workers compensation is arcane and produces a lot of grief to those who have to deal with it daily. The very regulations that created it are the reason that so many people have problems with it. The look at New York workers compensation over the years shows the failure of...
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With the end of school, the weather is getting warmer and seasonal work is beginning around the country. Recently, Restaurant News stated that the construction industry is the nation’s largest creator of summer jobs. Falling second is the restaurant industry which is the nation’s second largest source of summer employment. Did you know that 19.3...
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Did you know that workers compensation injury will work with a claim and a personal injury action? The workers compensationinsurer will place a lien on a file, and it means basically that they have registered a claim to be reimbursed out of the proceeds of the personal injury litigation for expenditures that they made on behalf...
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Workers compensation in most states will limit a worker’s disability or claim for work related injures. In most circumstances like when the employer actually tries to hurt a worker, the remittance is through the workerscompensation system. Most workerscompensationlaws bar actions against co-employees that are in effect responsible for the accident. There are circumstances where personal...
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RSD or Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy is caused by an injury that is typically minor when it occurs. It could have been that car accident, or falling at work because the floor was a little slippery that caused the nerve to be jarred. Every single person has a reflex nerve, and when it is injured the...
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