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To learn more about your rights in a workers’ compensation, Social Security disability or personal injury claim, read the blog posts below.

Permanent Disability Determinations in Workers’ Compensation Cases

What Does It Mean to Be Permanently Disabled for Workers’ Compensation Purposes?

When you’ve been hurt on the job and have qualified for workers’ compensation benefits, one of the goals will be to provide you with compensation and payment of medical expenses until you have fully recovered. But what happens if your injuries are permanent, such that you either can’t return to work at all, or can only return to work with some limitations on your ability to perform your former job? Are you entitled to workers’ compensation for the rest of your life?

Workers’ Compensation Cover Wrongful Death in the Workplace?

Do Surviving Family Members Have Any Recourse after a Workplace Fatality?

When you’ve contracted an illness or sustained an injury on the job in New York, you know that you have a right to pursue compensation for lost wages, as well as any unreimbursed medical expenses while you are unable to work. But what are the rights of your surviving family members if you die from an occupational illness or are killed in a workplace accident? Can your dependents seek compensation for the loss of support, the loss of companionship or consortium, or any medical bills incurred because of your death? Yes, they can.

What Fees Do You Have to Pay in a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you’ve been hurt on the job in New York, you may know that you have a right to pursue benefits under the state’s workers’ compensation laws, but you may also have substantial concerns about the costs of filing such a claim. What will you have to pay? Will you have to come up with money up front to pay your attorney? Are there other fees involved?

The Fees Incurred in a New York Workers’ Compensation Case

Why Would a Workers’ Compensation Hearing Be Scheduled

When you’ve been injured on the job, it should be a simple process to get the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled, right? It’s just a matter of notifying your employer, getting confirmation of your injuries from a doctor, and filling out the appropriate paperwork, isn’t it? So you’ve done that, but now you’ve received a notice that a hearing will be scheduled to determine whether you’ll get benefits. Why would there need to be a hearing? Here are some of the reason the workers’ compensation judge may schedule a hearing.

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