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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

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  1. Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn MD Joins Synergy SpineCare NJ — October 24, 2017
  2. Lady Gaga Silent Pain No More — September 27, 2017
  3. National Pain Awareness Month — August 28, 2017
  4. PRP Therapy Faster Healing For Athletes — August 8, 2017
  5. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017

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Feb 21

Optional auto insurance helps motorists with car damage from pot holes and other winter hazards

NEW YORK – You drive across what seems to be the Grand Canyon of pot holes seriously damaging your car’s front end. Does your insurance policy cover the cost of the repairs? That’s just one question being asked as consumers from Buffalo to New York City see their cars take a beating this winter. Pot …

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Feb 21

Proposed New York No-Fault Auto Reforms Would Tackle Fraud

New York lawmakers are considering a bill designed to reduce fraud and other types of abuse in the state’s no-fault automobile insurance system. The bill, introduced by State Sen. James Seward, would modify a rule that requires insurers to pay no-fault claims in 30 days, said Kristina Baldwin, assistant vice president for the Property Casualty …

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Feb 21

New York: Board to use new transaction code

The Workers’ Compensation Board issued a bulletin announcing the implementation of a new transaction code to allow carriers to close open expired policy terms for limited processing scenarios. The new code may be used for renewals submitted with a prior policy that was not previously reported to the board. It may also be used in …

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Feb 21

Congress Examines Workers’ Compensation: Is Reform Coming to NY?

February 19, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — The condition of workers’ compensation programs across the country has sparked Congress to examine the issue. In November, the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee held hearings to gain insight on the shortcomings of state-run workers’ comp programs in New York and throughout America. At first glance, it appears odd …

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Feb 14

U.S. Postal Service Reports Wider Loss

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — The U.S. Postal Service reported a loss of $329 million in the first quarter, wider than a year-earlier loss of $297 million, as costly health care payments for future retirees weighed on profits. More on General The Postal Service is required by law to prefund its future retiree health care benefits. …

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Feb 14

Always Drive Carefully But Make Sure You Are Prepared Just In Case Snow-Covered Roads Lead to An Accident

NEW YORK, NY (02/11/2011)(readMedia)– Accidents are often on the upswing during the winter and it’s no surprise since snow and ice-covered roads test even the most skilled drivers. So, it’s essential that motorists understand what to do in the unfortunate event that they are involved in an accident. “It’s always important to drive carefully and …

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Feb 14

2 valley men who fell to deaths in NYC mourned

Brett McEnroe and Roy Powell loved their families and their jobs. Over nearly three decades, they worked steel for big projects in the Hudson Valley and New York City. For Powell, it was a family business. When McEnroe wasn’t on a job, he worked on the side, a friend said. Today, their family and friends …

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Feb 07

Saratoga County to pay $60.6 million in salaries in 2011

By LUCIAN McCARTY, The Saratogian Saratoga County is slated to pay out $60.6 million in salaries in 2011 to its 1,395 full- and part-time employees. There are about 200 part-time employees. The 26 highest-paid employees make more than $90,000 a year, and all of them are department heads, attorneys, doctors or seconds-in-command in three departments. …

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Feb 07

Workers’ Comp Given for Actor’s Custom Warm-Up

(CN) – A theater actress is entitled to workers’ compensation after literally breaking a leg while warming up for a show, a New York appeals court ruled. Susan Bigelow signed on to appear in a pair of musicals at Gateway Playhouse in the summer of 2008 and stayed in the Bellport, N.Y., theater’s temporary housing. …

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Feb 07

Slip and Fall Accidents Rising

Due to harsh winter conditions across the US, slip and fall accidents are rising. Using a quality door mat will prevent some accidents Slip & Fall Accidents Rising Holbrook, Massachusetts– As many parts of the nation brace themselves for another round of winter storms, hospitals and medical centers are bracing themselves for an increased number …

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