Do I Qualify for Compensation?

If you have become ill or were seriously injured at work or on a job, you may be eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits.

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Obtaining Workers' Compensation Benefits

If you have become ill or were seriously injured at work or on a job, you may be eligible to obtain benefits.

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The Application &
Claims Process

If you have been injured, our experienced workers’ compensation attorney can guide you through the claims process.

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Frequently Asked
Questions

We understand you may have questions regarding Workers' Compensation benefits, visit our FAQ section for some answers.

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Workers’ Compensation Client Awarded Lifetime Benefits Worth $450,000

Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys at Law, PLLC, and the law firm of Lewis and Lewis recently won a Workers’ Compensation case for a Western New York client. The maximum insured benefits that may reach $450,000 over the client’s lifetime. “This client came to us with a combination of medical problems,” said Jeffrey Freedman, managing attorney at Jeffrey… Continue Reading Workers’ Compensation Client Awarded Lifetime Benefits Worth $450,000

Workers’ Compensation Benefits Increase to Max of $803.21 per week

Robert E. Beloten, chair of New York State Workers’ Compensation Board, announced reforms to the state’s Workers’ Compensation Law that take effect on July 1, 2013. These changes are designed to save employers money and increase benefits to workers. Changes, including electronic filing of claims to cut paper-handing costs and improve oversight, will save money… Continue Reading Workers’ Compensation Benefits Increase to Max of $803.21 per week

How Workers Compensation Insurance Works

Definition of Workers Compensation Workers Compensation is also called: comp, work comp, workers comp, workman’s comp and WC. Workers comp is insurance that gives benefits to employees injured on the job or who become ill due to on the job exposures. Workers comp insurance provides the injured employee with medical benefits and partial wage replacement… Continue Reading How Workers Compensation Insurance Works

Workers’ Compensation renewal rejected

By Alysia Santo TimesUnion.com A decision by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board to essentially fire one of the state’s largest administrators of municipal workers-compensation coverage has some claiming the ruling was retribution against the organization for criticisms of the board’s practices. On Tuesday, the board voted against a license renewal for Northeast Association Management Inc. (NEAMI), a third-party… Continue Reading Workers’ Compensation renewal rejected

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