Nuts and Bolts of Workers’ Comp
November 21, 2011
By Bendix Anderson
A conference on Workers’ Compensation became a call to arms November 12 at “The Nuts and Bolts of Navigating New York State’s Workers’ Compensation System.” “You really need to be more involved,” said Lee Clarke, Chair of the Workers’
Compensation Committee for the New York State Committee on Safety and Occupational Health (NYCOSH), which organized the conference.
What to do When You Get Hurt
October 26, 2011
By Robert Grey
You just got hurt at work. You lifted something and felt a pain in your back. You were struck by a car. You tripped and fell and twisted your knee.
Welcome to Grey Matter
August 8, 2011
By Robert Grey
A Column Devoted to Workplace Safety
This week’s current event is the U.S. Department of Justice’s release of proposed regulations for the reopening of the Victim Compensation Fund under the Zadroga Act. The U.S. Department of Justice issued proposed regulations that will govern how victims of the World Trade Center site after 9/11 will or will not be compensated.
Big Changes in Workers Compensation
By Robert Grey, Esq.
Grey & Grey, LLP
Forget everything you thought you knew about workers’ compensation – there have been major changes to the system that you need to know about. Why? Because when someone gets hurt on the job, the workers’ compensation system is the first line of defense in our ever-shrinking social safety net.