In New York, either a carrier’s written consent to settle the third-party action or a compromise order from the civil court approving the settlement is required, or else the claimant forfeits the right to future benefits. Over time, the law has carved out some basic requirements for making a consent letter effective, including circumstances where rights may be lost if not adequately preserved! In this episode, “Components of a Bulletproof Consent Letter Under Section 29(5),” Christopher Major, partner at Lois Law Firm, breaks down the consent requirement and lay out what belongs in the final agreement.
What is “Defending Employers: Audio From Lois Law Firm, Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys”?
This is the audio feed from Lois Law Firm’s popular webinar training series. Every month the Firm’s attorneys present different topics in workers’ compensation. Meant as a 101 level training course, the attorneys present a fresh take on common issues in workers’ compensation defense.
Special Reports and Presentations: When emerging legal issues arise that impact employers, Lois Law Firm publishes special presentations. These special events, hosted by attorneys and presented in plain English, make the emergent changes understandable for business owners, insurance carriers, and other attorneys.