In this podcast, two attorneys discuss defending specific, traumatic loss claims in New York Workers’ Compensation court. Who was the claimant working with? Who was the claimant’s supervisor? What accident reporting or investigation is available? Investigating accidents, working with risk professionals, and preparing the defense. Host Christian Sison is joined by Tashia Rasul, partner at LOIS LLC, to discuss defending specific accident claims in New York workers’ compensation claims.
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Host Christian Sison welcomes guest Christoper Major to this episode of Third Fridays for a follow-up discussion on the Appellate Division and Supreme Court’s decision in Vitale v. Schering Plough containing an analysis of contracts of employment where an employee waives the right to pursue damages when injured by the acts of the employer’s client or customer. Continue reading Litigation waivers, Assumption of Risk, and the General-Special Employee: Third Friday Podcast
Host Christian Sison welcomes guest Declan Gourley to this episode of Third Fridays to discuss the draft Schedule Loss of Use Guidelines coming into New York workers’ compensation cases in January 2018. The attorneys discuss the first draft Guidelines issued in September 2017, the process whereby claimant’s attorneys persuaded the Board to roll back the improvements, and the final draft version of the proposed Guidelines promulgated in November 2017. The attorneys discuss the likely impact of the draft Guidelines and what to do when they become effective in January 2018.
Discussion of New York’s “No Fault” Insurance Law (Article 51) and Workers’ Compensation Law Section 29 liens in New York. Host Christian Sison welcomes returning guest Christopher Major to the latest episode of Third Fridays to discuss the interplay between the “carve out” of reimbursement and when it applies in New York workers’ compensation cases. This episode is a must-listen for subrogation specialists, carrier risk professionals, and New York attorneys handling motor vehicle and workers’ compensation cases in New York.
An important case involving special employment, liability waivers, and contractors is headed to the New Jersey Supreme Court. Christian Sison welcomes Christopher Major to the latest episode of Third Fridays to discuss the ramifications of this case. Can an employer contract with a willing employee to waive liability of its customers? Christian and Chris try to predict the Supreme Court’s next move! Continue reading Contractors, Staffing Agencies & Waivers: Third Fridays Podcast
Host Christian Sison is joined by attorney Joe Jones to discuss a New Jersey Supreme Court case concerning cross-state jurisdiction.