In this podcast, “New York Workers’ Compensation 101 for Construction Claim Professionals,” Tashia Rasul, partner at Lois Law Firm, provides an overview of the Workers’ Compensation law in New York with a focus on issues and topics which impact construction claims. This webinar is geared towards claim professionals who are more experienced with general liability claims but want to gain an understanding of how the workers’ compensation litigation unfolds.
Tashia discusses the following:
The basic benefits available under the New York Workers’ Compensation Law.
Timelines for typical cases.
How cases can be controverted.
This podcast is taken from the live training provided by Tashia to the Firm's clients on March 2, 2020.
How to attend these webinars live and ask questions.
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Archive of prior presentations is here.
Schedules and Information.
Handout materials are provided in advance of each session. The webinar courses follow the "life cycle" of a claim and correspond to chapters in the Workers' Compensation Handbooks offered by the Firm.
Detailed syllabus and schedule available here.
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