Under New York law, injured workers have a limited time of two years following an accident to file a Workers' Compensation claim. If the worker has contracted a disease following an incident at his or her place of employment, then the two-year rule can be adjusted, extending the rule to two years from the date of diagnosis. Contacting a Long Island work injury compensation lawyer will provide the proper representation and information needed for anyone that believes they have a case.What a Long Island Work Injury Compensation Lawyer Does for Your CaseThe chosen Long Island work accident compensation lawyer will assist in filing a special form with the New York Workers’ Compensation Board. The form required is a C-3 form. The notice of injury is sent to the employer.The case will proceed through several steps and requires specific information the Long Island work injury lawyer works on, including...
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