Attorneys Tim Kane and Greg Lois cover the fundamentals on challenging the the basic presumptions relied upon by the claimant in establishing their case, disputing new “consequential” body parts, and raising all applicable defense. We discuss some little used (but available) defenses, such as the intoxication defense. At the end of the presentation attendees will have a basic understanding of various common defenses under the New York Workers’ Compensation Law.
Subject: New York, Workers’ Compensation Law, Intoxication, Idiopathics, Consequential, Notice, Statute of Limitations, Defenses, Employer-Employee
Date Presented: May 15, 2017
Presenter(s): Greg Lois, Esq.
Run time: 29:26
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Join us for our monthly webinars on New York and New Jersey workers’ compensation law. Two (2) Sessions, offered at 12PM EST and 3PM EST on the “Third Monday” of the month.
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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