The “Go To” Handbook for Defending Construction losses in New York.
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About the Book.
List Price: $199.00
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Law / Litigation
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- CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
- CHAPTER 2: OVERVIEW OF NEW YORK CONSTRUCTION CLAIM LITIGATION
- CHAPTER 3: OVERVIEW OF NEW YORK WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW
- CHAPTER 4: RISK REDUCTION AND TRANSFER SCHEMES THAT COMPLICATE CASE HANDLING
- CHAPTER 5: BEFORE THE LOSS
- CHAPTER 6: AT THE TIME OF THE LOSS
- CHAPTER 7: MAINTAINING PRIVILEGE
- CHAPTER 8: LEGAL DEFENSE BEST PRACTICES
- CHAPTER 9: GLOBAL SETTLEMENTS
- CHAPTER 10: OSH ACT OVERVIEW
- CHAPTER 11: HIPAA
- APPENDIX: NEW YORK WORKERS’ COMPENSATION “CHEAT SHEETS.”
About the Author: Tashia Rasul, Esq.
Tashia Rasul is a Partner at Lois Law Firm. She leads the New York Construction Practice Team, which exclusively handles workers’ compensation claims arising out of construction accidents. Tashia represents employers, self-insured companies, insurance carriers and third party administrators before the workers’ compensation courts in New York. Her expertise lies in complex coverage issues, wrap-ups, and claims arising out of catastrophic injuries. As part of her practice, Tashia frequently visits accident sites and provides on-site training to employers regarding workers’ compensation claims, as well as to develop defense strategies.
Tashia regularly counsels clients on the importance of coordinating defense of workers’ compensation and general liability claims, and has a track record of favorable outcomes as a result of such coordination. In concert with Lois Law Firm’s recommended protocol for coordinating workers’ compensation and general liability defense, Tashia led a discussion of the protocol at the 2019 Annual Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Conference to educate her peers on the importance of joint defense.
Before joining Lois LLC, Tashia was an in-house counsel for a national insurance company, where she handled personal injury protection (PIP) and “no-fault” cases. Tashia has also represented school boards, police departments and municipalities in cases involving claims against Public entities under New Jersey’s Title 59.
Tashia is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.