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Video about Workers’ Comp and its Origins
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  • November 2, 2011
    Daniel M. Morrin, Esq. was a guest of the weekly radio program "Law You Should Know" heard on WHPC 90.3 FM hosted by Kenneth J. Landau, Esq.

The topic was "Fundamentals of Social Security Disability." Listen to the segment above. Click "Launch NCC" on the right, search for WHPC and the program Law You Should Know.

  • Daniel M. Morrin and Brian A. Sands gave a Continuing Legal Education lecture on May 2, 2014 at the Nassau County Bar Association. The topic was "2013 Workers’ Compensation Decisions that Personal Injury Attorneys Need to Know.
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WHAT'S AN IME?
An IME or "Independent Medical Examiner" is a doctor hired by the insurance company for the purpose of checking on, and limiting, the injured worker's claim against the insurance company.
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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY ARTICLES
Published articles on issues related to Social Security Disability
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DANGEROUS JOBS
Did you know that some nursing homes have bariatric wards where Certified Nurse's Aides (CNA's) must care for obese patients? What happens when, due to staffing issues, the direct caregivers get little or no co-worker assistance with these patients and must care for these extra-heavy patients alone?
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