Video: Coronavirus and Workers’ Compensation Update

In this video, Greg Lois provides an update on the impact of coronavirus on workers’ compensation cases in New York and New Jersey and answers questions live! This video is from a live presentation on May 18, 2020.

In this video, Greg provides answers to common questions, such as:

  • Emerging issues in COVID-19 claims, such as PTSD and anxiety claims.
  • Tactical and strategic considerations in challenging compensability of coronavirus claims.
  • Likely impact of pending legislation in New Jersey (New Jersey Senate passed S 2380, now pending in Assembly as A3999).

About the Host, Greg Lois

Gregory Lois represents employers, self-insured companies, third party administrators, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters. Greg has served as lead attorney on more than 100 trials involving workplace discrimination, workers’ compensation, and civil claims.

About the New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar Series

The New York presentations are offered every month on the THIRD MONDAY in two sessions: 12:00 PM EST and 3:00 PM EST.  The course outlines and materials presented are the same in both sessions – the only difference is the time. Register here:

12:00 EST Session    3:00 EST Session

Archive of prior presentations is here

Upcoming Webinars on New York Workers’ Compensation

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Listen on the Go: Podcast

These webinars are also available as a podcast on iTunes.


This webinar is not legal advice! The materials presented by this webinar/podcast and any affiliated website are for informational purposes only and are not offered as legal advice as to any particular matter. No viewer/listener/reader should act on the basis of these materials without seeking appropriate professional advice as to the particular facts and applicable law involved. The materials are not represented to be correct, complete, or up-to-date. Opinions presented by this video/podcast are the opinions of the author.

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