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New YorkWorkers Compensation Lawyers in Albany County, New York

All states have enacted workers' compensation laws. Workers' compensation is a type of insurance that provides a replacement for lost wages and medical benefits to an employment who is injured at work or during the course of his or her employment.


In exchange, the employee relinquishes the right to bring a lawsuit against the employer for a tort claim or negligence.


Workers' comp is also intended to provide payments to employees for permanent or temporary disabilities.


In most states, it is against the law for an employer to fire an employee for reporting an injury covered under workers' compensation.


Contact an experienced workers' compensation lawyer in Albany County, New York if you were injured at work or during the course of your employment.

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Marc C. Kokosa

Marc C. Kokosa
Kokosa Law Firm
40 British American Blvd 2nd Floor
Latham, NY 12180
Licensed for 11 years, Marc C. Kokosa is a Criminal Defense and DUI / DWI lawyer... read more >

Phillip G Steck

Phillip G Steck
Cooper Erving & Savage Llp
39 N Pearl St
Albany, NY 12207
Licensed for 35 years, Phillip G Steck is a Employment Law lawyer who attended University of Pennylvania... read more >

Kimberly Grace Finnigan

Kimberly Grace Finnigan
Cooper Erving & Savage LLP
39 N. Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207
Licensed for 13 years, Kimberly Grace Finnigan is a Employment Law lawyer... read more >
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National Employment Lawyers Association

The NELA strives toward a world where employees are paid a living wage, that is free of employment discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination.


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