Workers’ Comp Resources

Here, at Erwin, McCane & Daly, we understand that Workers’ Compensation has many moving pieces and parts that can make it difficult to receive the right information for your case. 

That’s why we’ve developed a Workers’ Compensation resource library to help you find the right information source at the right time. Below, you can browse each section to find the best resource for you. From guidelines to important facts, these are great resources that you can refer to.

Start accessing custom resources informed by Erwin, McCane & Daly’s 20+ years of experience! 

Key Workers’ Compensation Guidelines & Processes

If you’re looking for resources on Workers’ Compensation guidelines and processes, you’re in the right place. We’ve listed key articles on a variety of topics so you can easily get the information you need, fast. From statute of limitations to NYS permanent impairment guidelines, find the facts you need to make the best decision for your case.

Important Workers’ Compensation Information & Questions Answered 

With over 20 years of experience, we continue to receive an abundance of questions related to Worker’s Compensation questions. To help quickly answer your pressing questions, we’ve listed resources below that will help you learn important information about Workers’ Compensation. We have added some key pieces of data that may help you moving forward. 

Workers’ Compensation Medical Treatments & Drug Coverage Rights

Are you specifically inquiring about Workers’ Compensation medical treatments and drug coverage rights? Then, this section is for you. Below, we’ve listed key resources to help you learn more about these topics.  

Don’t See What You’re Looking For: Contact Us!

If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll help you find the right tools and resources you need to get started. You can also schedule a free consultation with us by calling (518)449-2245 or filling out a form on our contact page. During your consultation, we’ll listen to the facts of your case, answer your questions, and give you an idea of what to expect as an outcome.