Joseph Melchionne is an attorney licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Joseph concentrates his practice on New York Workers’ Compensation Defense; representing insurance companies and self-insured employers before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board. He primarily appears in the Manhattan hearing point. Joseph is the author of numerous articles on workers’ compensation defense.
September 20th, 2017 | 13 mins 52 secs
lois llc, new york workers' compensation, occupational exposure, repetitive use
Attorneys Declan Gourley and Kristen Kapur discuss the defense of occupational exposure and repetitive use injuries in New York workers’ compensation cases. This audio comes from a LIVE webinar presentation.
July 18th, 2017 | 33 mins 6 secs
elizabeth perez, gregory lois, lois llc, new york, temporaire disability benefits, worker's compensation
Attorneys Elizabeth Perez and Greg Lois discuss the nuts-and-bolts of issuing temporary disability benefits – when the benefits are due, how much to pay, and when benefits can be stopped. They also discuss the new C-258.1 work search form issued by the Board on July 14, 2017 and the newly-changed rate of temporary disability compensation.
February 20th, 2017 | 16 mins 6 secs
appeals, appellate, lois llc, new york workers' compensation law, section 23
Two attorneys cover the fundamentals of appeals from Board decisions. Presenters Declan Gourley and Joseph Melchionne have years of experience representing employers and carriers before the Board. The presentation is designed to help the listener answer the following questions:
“Should we appeal the Law Judge’s Decision in a workers’ compensation claim?” and
“Does filing the appeal create a stay?” and
“What are the tactical reasons for appealing the Law Judge?”
“What will the appeal cost?”
At the end of the presentation, the attendees will have a basic understanding of the appeals process, tactical aspects of appeals (stays), and the costs of the various types of appeals available.