Video: Protecting Employer’s Right to Credit in New York

Attorneys Andrea Abudayeh, Greg Lois and Christian Sison present a discussion on the changing workers’ compensation law in New York which will provide a credit to carriers and employers for temporary disability benefits issued against permanency benefits in certain cases. This video is from a live presentation on August 14, 2019.

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Mental Stress Injuries: Third Fridays Podcast

Host Christian Sison welcomes attorney Declan Gourley back to the podcast to discuss mental stress claims under the New York Workers’ Compensation law. The attorneys discuss the standard for causally-related and compensable stress in New York, strategies for defending the cases, and provide practical examples.

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New York Law Change: Protecting the Employer’s Right to Credit

In April 2017 the New York Legislature amended WCL § 15(w) to provide that a credit will apply to the statutory cap for permanent partial disability claims if temporary partial benefits are paid beyond 2.5 years (130 weeks). This is good news for employers and carriers in New York who should see several benefits from this law change. This article and the live question-and-answer webinar we have scheduled for August 14th is to help risk professionals, adjusters, and employers protect their right to this credit which will begin in some cases as early as October 9, 2019.

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