Large truck accidents have accounted for an increase in fatalities by 17% since 2009. By 2013, the number of truck fatalities rose to 3,964 — indicating the 4th straight year of fatality increases. While vehicle-related fatalities has been generally on the decline, it’s alarming that trucking fatalities in on the rise. This no doubt has […]Keep Reading
Your Personal Resource: EMD’s Glossary
Here, at Erwin, McCane & Daly, we pride ourselves on helping you get the information you need, efficiently and effectively.
It’s our goal to help you feel informed and empowered when deciding to work with a workers’ compensation attorney. That’s why we’ve put together this glossary of terminology we use to help you better understand what we do.
We hope you use this glossary as a resource to gain a deeper understanding of workers’ compensation and how we can assist. So, as your browse our content, please don’t hesitate to refer to this guide.
Our guide is in alphabetical order and contains a brief definition or description to help you better understand the terminology being used.
Remember: If you have specific questions, feel free to contact us. We’ll be here to help you gain a better understanding of workers’ compensation. So, you can feel encouraged that you’re making the right decision when filing.
Be sure to check out our blog. We have a large library of informative articles that can help you find the right answer to the questions you have.
Navigating the sea of paperwork and rules when filing a claim is no easy task. And, it isn’t necessarily designed to be easy for the common injured worker. This is probably why the following 3 claim complaints are often heard: I submitted a claim and my claim was denied. This is not uncommon. In fact, […]Keep Reading
You are not alone if you are getting caught up in the red tape of your workers comp or social security disability claim. It is important to remember that you have rights. In New York State businesses are required to carry worker’s compensation coverage for all employees including full and part time positions. You should […]Keep Reading
In effect as of January 1, 2015, The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to notify OSHA when a single employee or more is killed on the job or suffers a work-related hospitalization, amputation or loss of an eye. The new rule gives employers up to eight hours to […]Keep Reading
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