Under the Workers Compensation Law the fees are determined by the judge who takes into consideration of the work performed and benefits due. There is no set percentageSee question
I am a nurse working per diem/as needed/on call for an employer 5 months now I hurt my back at work today do I qualify for workers compensation?
As long as you were working at the time the simple answer is yesSee question
20% loss from knee both my doctor and the IME agreed on the percentage loss.. It is now Saturday which will make today the 9th calendar day.. When can I expect the payment
The check must be postmarked 10 days after the decision is filedSee question
I'm a bus matron I work with individuals. We was dropping them off to they program when one of my individuals found a needle on my bus I took the needle and I stuck myself and the left dumbo went to the hospital to give blood and plus I had to tak...
If you did not lose time from work you are not entitled to a monetary award. Be sure to file your claim so you can be protected and have any causally related treatment paidSee question
Injured Right arm taking a section 32 from insurance carrier. Waiting for the to get the medical settle. Need money now to avoid eviction can I get a advance on the amount offered?
New York does not allow funding of a Worker's Compensation case similar to those in negligence lawsuitsSee question
I was injured at work. My disability claim was put "under development" by the DOL, mainly due to my neurologist sending paperwork with another claimants information (claiming PTSD, anxiety, as well as a car accident) as my own. The neurologist has...
It seems you may be a federal employee. If this is the case you should contact an attorney who handles federal compensation casesSee question
I am on workers comp due to a injury at my job I am able to work but no longer in the field that I was doing before. Can I get unemployment benefits?
You can collect both but you have to let unemployment know how much comp you are receiving as your unemployment may be reducedSee question
I hurt my shoulder but had to go to therapy. NYSIF is claiming they only have to pay up to half the rate that came to 660 per week which they cut in half to 330 because They said I have a 50% disability. so if i am making 400 a week because of g...
If you have returned to work making less money and they concede any type of disability you are entitled to 2/3 of the difference on earnings. For example if your average weekly wage was $1500 and now are earning $600 you would be entitled to $600.
A consultation with an attorney would be beneficialSee question
In less than 3 weeks after my final IME "REPORT I get this """"Bull""T. """"""" letter of section 32 settlement. .(1)Table 11.1 cervical impairment class 3 severity B ,,(2) table 11.l lumber impairment class 3 severity B " Range of motion findin...
Every case is different. If the Judge finds you less than totally disabled or you have some wage earning capacity there will be a cap on your benefits
You should speak to your lawyer for his taken on your case and your optionsSee question
Must you report a worker's comp. settlement when filing tax with husband
NY Workers' Compensation payments and settlements are not taxable as they are considered personal injury settlementsSee question