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Blog Posts in January, 2014

01.28.2014
How Long Will I Have to Claim Workers' Comp Benefits?

In the state of New York, any worker who is injured on the job or while performing a work-related task only has 30 days in which to provide his or her employer with a written or verbal notification of the accident and injuries sustained. Injured ...

01.22.2014
How Much Is My Construction Accident Case Worth?

There are numerous factors that must be taken into consideration when determining the value of a construction accident claim. The severity of your injuries, the cost of medical and other accident-related expenses, the loss of income you experienced ...

01.20.2014
Attorney Ryan's Case on List of "Top New York Settlements of 2013"

Of all the settlements, mediations and arbitrations reported to VerdictSearch.com last year, the New York Law Journal selected 25 as the "Top New York Settlements of 2013." Our team at Lurie, Ilchert, MacDonnell & Ryan LLP is proud to ...

01.17.2014
Who is Entitled to Workers' Compensation in New York?

Workers' compensation is a form of insurance coverage that employers are required to carry for the purpose of protecting their employees in the event of an unfortunate workplace accident. Other than a few exceptions, all full-time or part-time ...