—Tips from a Work Injury Attorney in New York Workplace injuries can happen in any type of job; from construction to desk work to field sales. However, there are some job categories that see a higher rate of injuries and workers’ compensation claims than others. Regardless of the industry you are in, if you suffer […]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.
Useful Advice from a Workers’ Comp Lawyer After an injury on the job, you will have a lot of questions and concerns. The most important concerns should be about getting immediate medical care. The next thing on your mind will be how much in workers’ compensation benefits you are eligible to recover. There are a […]Keep Reading
Tips from a Workers Injury Lawyer in New York An injury on the job, whether minor or severe, can leave an employee wondering about their rights. It is important to know what your rights are as an employee and what to do if you are injured at work. By taking the right steps after a […]Keep Reading
The state of New York has their own workers’ compensation laws, but what local workers do not realize is that there is also a federal workers’ compensation plan. Overseen by the Department of Labor, this plan is administered by the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP) and offers compensation to civilian employees working for government […]Keep Reading
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