Employers lose control of medical in New Jersey when they are unsuccessful in defending a Motion for Medical and Temporary Disability Benefits. Attorney Greg Lois discusses these common motions and provide an overview of the strategies used to defend them. This presentation includes a discussion of the recent decisions, stemming from Motions for Med & Temp, that led to medicinal marijuana being ordered in two recent cases.
This is the video from our August 20, 2018 live webinar. Attorney Greg Lois discusses treatment under the Medical Treatment Guidelines in New York worker’s compensation cases.
Attorneys Tashia Rasul and Greg Lois discuss the recent case law developments in New York and New Jersey workers’ compensation cases involving medical marijuana. They cover the practical aspects of defending claims where medical marijuana is available, what standards the courts use when authorizing the use of marijuana, and practical aspects of paying for a substance that is on the Federal controlled substances list.
Attorney Karen Vincent leads a presentation on the defense of off-premise injuries in New Jersey. In this presentation she discusses lunchtime injuries, accidents occurring during commutes to work, and “special missions.”
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This is the video from our June 18, 2018 webinar presentation discussing the facts of Matter of Rodriguez v New York City Tr. Auth., decided May 31, 2018, and the impact of the decision on the defense of off-premises cases in New York as well as answering questions LIVE about specific fact scenarios like this one.
New York is replacing in-person hearings with “Virtual Hearings” held via web conference. LOIS Attorneys Tashia Rasul, Esq., Declan Gourley, Esq., and Christian Sison, Esq., discuss the impact of virtual hearings in New York workers’ compensation claims, particularly in regards to what this means for claims handling, claim defense, and costs.
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