What Is an Open MRI? Everything You Need to Know Now

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Data from 2005 through 2016 report an average of 5,338,000 car accidents each year in America. There are 139 million emergency room visits every year in the USA. Every seven seconds, a worker is injured on the job. An estimated 8,000 New Yorkers die a year due to an injury. As you can tell, injuries and […]

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Choosing the Right Lawyer for Your Workers’ Comp Appeal

How To Choose the Right Lawyer for Your Workers’ Compensation Appeal

You’ve been injured or contracted a disease or illness at work, and your worker’s comp claim was denied or not fully paid by order of the workers’ comp judge. What do you do? First, know that workers’ compensation in most states, including New York, is not initially litigated in the court system. Instead, it has […]

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New York Workers’ Comp Psychologist

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Work-related injuries aren’t just reserved for “dangerous jobs” such as construction. In 2018, the retail industry had the highest number of work-related injuries involving days away from work. When you receive a work-related injury, it is in your best interest to file a workers’ compensation claim. This involves speaking with your employer, visiting a workers’ comp doctor, and […]

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NYC Construction Accidents: What Are the Real Statistics?

NYC Construction Accident Statistics

On February 20th, 2020, a Jamaica, Queens construction site collapsed during demolition, killing one worker and seriously injuring another. Sadly, this is only one of the many construction work-related accidents that will occur this year. NYC construction worker deaths have been on the rise in the five boroughs. With more and more construction sites rising throughout […]

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