John Marzolla is a Partner at Lois LLC where he defends employers in workers’ compensation matters. A former prosecutor, John has extensive cross-examination experience. He draws on that experience to successfully challenge the compensability of claims and need for medical treatment.
Having been responsible for plea bargaining on behalf of the State of New Jersey in several jurisdictions, John also specializes in negotiating settlements on behalf of his clients. In addition, John has secured several favorable Board Panel decisions reversing trial level Orders of the New York Worker’s Compensation Court.
John’s brief in the matter of Villanova v. Innovative Investigations became a published decision and set precedent for privacy laws in New Jersey in the context of private investigations.
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.
June 19th, 2017 | 12 mins 36 secs
coming and going, going and coming, lois llc, new york, to and fro, workers compensation
Attorneys John Marzolla and Kristen Kapur will cover the “Going and Coming” rule in New York and its application to cases involving off-premises losses and travel. They will explore the basic presumptions afforded claimants under the Law and discuss applicable defenses. At the end of the presentation attendees will have a basic understanding of when the Going and Coming defense applies under the New York Workers’ Compensation Law.