In a previous essay I wrote about Workers’ Compensation (WC) permanent injury awards: “Permanent injuries to joints of the body, vision, and hearing, qualify for “schedule loss of use” awards regardless of whether a person is working or not“, I explained. As a follow up to that, I can tell you that it has become very […]
Clearly one of the biggest misconceptions about Workers’ Comp is that you have to be out of work to collect. That’s because most people have a limited understanding of what benefits are available. In New York, there are many situations where injured workers can collect workers comp money benefits even if they are working: Examples: […]
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