If you work in New York City or the surrounding areas and were injured on the job, learn what forms you need to fill out for your workersâ compensation claim.
Workersâ whose jobs require repetitive movements or constant awkward positioning of their arms may develop forearm tendonitis, and may qualify for workersâ comp.
Workers may receive workersâ comp disability checks every couple of weeks, and medical bills may submitted directly to the workersâ compensation insurer.
If you suffered a meniscus tear at work, you may have to undergo arthroscopic surgery. Fortunately, New York workersâ comp can cover these treatment costs.
Knee injuries, common in the workplace, can cause long-term disability or loss of earning capacity. Workplace injuries qualify for workers' compensation benefits.
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Tendonitis of the arm can lead to workersâ compensation benefits for New York employees who can prove that work-related tasks caused the injury.
Review circumstances under which a slip and fall at work would warrant filing a claim. Workers in New York may recover workers' comp benefits if it occurred at work.
Lifting injuries in the workplace can include a number of injuries from strains to herniated discs. Injured workers in New York are entitled to file for workers' comp.