NYS Licensed Workers'
Compensation
Representative

NYS Licensed Workers' Compensation Representative

Allan Reich         Toll Free (877) 922-HURT (4878)       www.WorkersCompRep.com

Beat the Workers' Compensation maze. Hire Allan Reich, a professional in the field of Workers' Compensation.

Question:

What do I have to do to get Workers' Compensation?

 

Answer:

Once you get injured, or learn that your disabling condition is 
related to your job, you must give written notice to your 
employer within 30 days. Many employers have a report form 
for you to complete, but your letter or note to them can be 
sufficient.

You also must file a C-3 claim form with the Workers’ Compensation 
Board within 2 years. When you come to us, we will help to complete 
the necessary forms and will make sure that it is filed promptly with 
the Workers’ Compensation Board.

It is not a good idea to wait! Give your notice and file your claim 

But what if 30 days have already passed, and you have only given oral 
Even if you did not give any type of notice to your Employer/Supervisor 

within 30 days. Also, in some situations even if the notice was not given until 

long after. Of course, you should always give written notice of the accident 

and right away. It strengthens your credibility and expedites your benefits.
notice? You should still file your claim. The requirement for written 
notice is often excused, and just having told your Employer/Supervisor 

about it is often good enough. There are even some situations where the late notice 
is excused even if you did not give any type of notice to your Employer/Supervisor 
within 30 days. Also, in some situations even if the notice was not given until long 
after.  

Of course, you should always give written notice of the accident and injury 
as soon as possible. Even if the 30 days have passed, and even if you have 
already previously told your employer about it.

 

Obtaining professional representation to assist in securing benefits in Workers’ Compensation is not only a bargain but also a sensible step to insure your rights.

Did You Know?

If you choose to accept Workers’ Compensation Benefits you can not sue your employer.

However . . . If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident with another car you might be able to file a lawsuit with the driver of the other car.

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We frequently represent Workers' Compensation cases in Long Island New York (NY) including, Albertson, Bethpage, Dix Hills, Elmwood,Huntington, Huntington Station, Levittown, Westbury, South Huntington, Hicksville, Bayville, Glenncove, Merrick, Bellmore, Syossett, Jericho, Plainview, Roslyn, Roslyn Heights, Deer Park, Glenn Head, New Hyde Park, Manhasset, Farmingdale, Hauppague, Patchague, Deer Park, east Meadow, Mellville.  In Queens we often help people in Flushing, Jamaica, Douglaston,  Long Island City

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