Appeals & Post-Trial Practice in New York Workers’ Compensation Cases
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In this webinar, Christian Sison provides and overview and answers questions about appeals in New York Workers’ Compensation claims.
In this webinar, Christian talks about:
What kinds of decisions can be appealed;
How and where to make the appeal;
The tactical use of Board Panels appeals;
Answers to frequently-asked appeals questions.
About the New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar Series
Starting in 2024, the New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar Series will be held at 12:00 PM EST on either the FIRST or SECOND Monday of the month. Please check each webinar listing for the exact day they will take place. To register for a New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar, click the button below:
Christian defends employers in New York workers’ compensation matters. He has extensive experience in trial advocacy, regularly appearing in the Garden City, Hauppauge, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Jamaica workers’ compensation courts. Christian is credited as starting the #DefendFromDay1 movement and provides in-person and web-based seminars for Firm clients. He is also the host and moderator of the monthly workers’ compensation podcast, Third Fridays, which premiered December 16, 2016.
Learn More About New York Workers’ Compensation Defense at LOIS
We represent insurance carriers, self-insured employers, third party claim administrators, and employers before the New York State Workers' Compensation Board. We handle cases from cradle-to-grave. We want to be by your side, moving cases aggressively to closure from the start of litigation all the way through to settlement.
We only assign one attorney and one paralegal to each case. This means that your team members always have one contact to go to for any questions. We do not have 'hearing attorney' or a 'negotiation attorney' or 'appeal department' or anything else! All of our attorneys handle all of those roles – meaning cases are not 'passed around' as they move through the litigation process. Your risk professional or adjuster always knows who is assigned – because the attorney does not change.