Tag: workers-compensation

Brooklyn Pain Specialist

Suffer From Chronic Back Pain? Dr. Nunzio Brooklyn Pain Specialist Can Help. About 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes. Back pain is one of the most common reason for visiting a pain specialist according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke (NIH), reportedly a contributing factor …

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New Rochelle Pain Clinic Opens

Pain Management Physician New Rochelle, NY

NEW ROCHELLE, NY PAIN CLINIC OPENS — Health Plus Management, LLC , NY / NJ, is proud to announce the opening of the New Rochelle, NY pain management clinic located at 451 Main St, New Rochelle, NY 10801 on the second floor. Dr. Rafael Abramov one of New York’s top pain management physicians is board certified. …

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Brooklyn Doctor Giving Back To Community

Brooklyn doctor Nunzio Saulle originally from East Flatbush is back with a passion in serving his community. He is a board certified physiatrist (A Rehabilitation Physician) that treats back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain from accident and injury. Dr. Nunzio Saulle has come back to his roots in order to provide exceptional  treatment, and …

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Workers Compensation Answers

Workers Compensation

Back To Work Too Soon  Workers Compensation Question My employer recommended doctor is sending me back to work too soon. I was released by the physician to return to work, even though I expressed to him that I was still feeling pain from my injury and did not feel strong enough to go back to …

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When An Injured Worker Can Return to Work

Workers Compensation Doctors In New York

Determining factors when an injured worker can return to work There are many factors that help a board certified workers compensation doctor determine whether a worker is ready to go back to work or not. The objective is to ensure that the injured worker has fully recovered from his or her injuries avoiding any activity …

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Workers’ Compensation system more expensive

Workers Compensation News ALBANY, NY (06/14/2012)(readMedia)– Two bills before the State Legislature could rollback cost savings created in the 2007 Workers’ Compensation reforms. S.3749-C (Robach)/A.5183 (Simotas) would allow an injured employee to utilize any pharmacy that matched the state’s “published prices,” regardless of whether such pharmacy was in an employer’s network and offered “volume discounts” …

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Injuries Suffered on Break – Workers Compensation

A New York Court has ruled that workers injured while on break are entitled to receive workers compensation benefits. March 07, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — During the work day there are often many opportunities to be injured. Depending on people’s jobs, dangers could lurk near machinery, in the form of slippery floors or in a cubicle …

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NY Workers Compensation Reforms

In 2007, the New York Legislature unanimously passed sweeping reforms to the states workers compensation laws. Included among the reforms was a requirement that insurers deposit the present value of permanent partial disability awards into the New York Workers Compensation Aggregate Trust Fund. Injured workers will then be paid by the trust fund instead of …

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Workers Compensation Everything You Need To Know

If you have employees, then I don’t need to tell you that workers compensation can be a nightmare if not properly managed.  If you don’t have employees, please trust me: If not properly managed, workers’ compensation can be a nightmare. Maybe the term nightmare is a little strong, but certainly a headache, and maybe even …

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Workers’ comp case upheld in cellphone-related crash

The Virginia Court of Appeals has reaffirmed a $4,000 worker’s compensation award to a Virginia nurse who crashed her car while checking a cellphone. The case started in November 2009 when on-call hospice nurse Donna Turpin was driving at night in mountainous Southwest Virginia and noticed a flash on her personal cellphone, which was tucked …

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