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Lois LLC Welcomes Adam Lowenstein to New York Defense Practice

Today the Firm welcomes Adam Lowenstein who joins the New York Workers’ Compensation Defense Practice at Lois LLC. A seasoned litigator, Adam’s prior experience includes representing claimants before the Board, where he handled all aspects of workers’ compensation cases from start to finish. This includes hearings, trials, depositions, client intakes, appointments, appeals and settlement negotiations. A true litigator, Adam regularly appears in courts in Long Island, New York City and all boroughs. Adam will focus on representing insurance companies and self-insured employers before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board. Continue reading Lois LLC Welcomes Adam Lowenstein to New York Defense Practice

Christian Sison elevated to partner

We are proud to announce that defense litigator Christian Sison has been elevated to partner at Lois LLC effective today. Christian defends employers in New York workers’ compensation matters. He has extensive experience in trial advocacy, regularly appearing in the Garden City, Hauppauge, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Jamaica workers’ compensation courts. Christian is credited as starting the #DefendFromDay1 movement and provides in-person and web-based seminars for Firm clients. He is also the host and moderator of the monthly workers’ compensation podcast, “Third Fridays” (available here).

Christian is admitted to practice law

Christian Sison
Christian Sison, Esq.

in New York and New Jersey. He obtained his bachelors degree from Boston College in 2007 and his juris doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2010.  Christian also holds an MBA from the New York University, Stern School of Business (2016).

Christian has been an integral part of the growth and development of LOIS as we expand our attorney capacity to serve our clients. We are committed to meeting our client’s needs and developing and promoting the best workers’ compensation defense litigators.

Some of Christian’s recent articles on workers’ compensation defense and related topics can be found here.

The Defense of Your Business is Our Business.®

You don’t need a Firm, you need an attorney. That relationship is powerful when it is working well. And when it isn’t – when your attorney is not communicating with you, not asking the right questions, or not being aggressive enough – the relationship has failed. You deserve a partner, not a vendor.

We handle all of our workers’ compensation defense cases from cradle-to-grave. We want to be by your side, moving cases aggressively to closure from the start of litigation all the way through to settlement. We only assign one attorney and one paralegal to each case. The attorney/paralegal assignments are made based on the court the case will be listed in.

This means that your team members always have one contact to go to for any questions. We do not have “hearing attorney” or a “negotiation attorney” or “appeal department” or anything else! All of our attorneys handle all of those roles – meaning cases are not “passed around” as they move through the litigation process. Your adjuster always knows who is assigned – because the attorney does not change.

All of our attorneys are 100% dedicated to defending worker’s compensation claims. While we do some associated general litigation (usually subrogation related to the workers’ compensation claims we handle) all LOIS attorneys focus their practice on workers’ compensation defense.

We currently handle all of the hearing points from Albany on south (“downstate”). We are in every city court every day. We handle the entire state of New Jersey.

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“The Defense of Your Business is Our Business®” is the registered trademark of Lois Law Firm LLC.

This is how we give back.

We are part of a community of learners. We are proud of the Firm’s commitment to training the next generation of leaders in workers’ compensation. Every month, the Firm provides in-person and online training to a community of hundreds of risk professionals, attorneys, and medical care providers on the substance and theory of workers’ compensation law in New York and New Jersey.

Each month, we offer:

  • webinars, providing timely guidance on handling workers’ compensation claims in New York and New Jersey.
  • audio podcasts, including our “Third Friday’s” series, offering in depth discussion between attorneys on topics like opiates, OCIPS, and claims handling.
  • our newsletter on emerging case law in New Jersey, New York, and Longshore cases.
  • our plain English handbooks, designed for adjusters and risk professionals needing a handy reference to workers’ compensation law in their states.

Here is a sampling of our upcoming events.

For more upcoming Firm training and community events, click here.

This is who we are.

We are 100% dedicated to defending worker’s compensation claims. Our fanatical attention to our client’s cases and our credibility that comes from experience are our defining characteristics. We demonstrate the credibility by the client training we do. We are known for our books, articles, and presentations. That extends into our Firm where we develop and foster an atmosphere of career-long learning and training.

We are leaders in the field of workers’ compensation defense. In New York our team handles cases in every city court and every hearing point south of Albany. Our attorneys defend clients in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens (Jamaica), Staten Island, White Plains, and all Long Island Courts. We also defend cases in Albany (Menands), Hudson, New Windsor (Newburgh), and Poughkeepsie. Our 2017 handbook (available here) is the “go-to” guide to defending workers’ compensation claims in New York.

In New Jersey our highly-experienced team handles the entire State, with regular hearing lists in every workers’ compensation court. From Jersey City to Atlantic City, LOIS attorneys are known for their passionate defense, dedication to their clients, and knowledge of the law. Founding Partner Greg Lois is the co-author of the LexisNexis New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Practice Guide (2016).