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New York: Out-of-State Medical Treatment Must Comply With State’s Medical Guidelines
Posted on 27 Nov 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

Acknowledging that a New York claimant who moved from the Empire State to another—in this case, Nevada—was entitled to reasonable and adequate medical treatment in his or her new location, a New York appellate court held that such out-of-state... Read More

New York: Divided High Court Approves Board’s List of Pre-Authorized Procedures and Procedure for Obtaining Variances
Posted on 28 Nov 2014 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

A divided Court of Appeals of New York held that the state’s Workers’ Compensation Board acted properly and lawfully when it adopted medical guidelines that included a list of pre-authorized medical procedures and set forth limitations on... Read More

New York Workers’ Comp Stakeholders Continue to Absorb 2007 Reform Changes
Posted on 19 Apr 2012 by Ronald E. Weiss & Ronald Balter

During the past year, stakeholders in the workers’ compensation system in New York have continued to absorb legislative and administrative changes initiated by the 2007 reform. Maximum indemnity rates are now indexed to two-thirds of the State Average... Read More

New York Workers’ Comp Stakeholders Continue to Absorb 2007 Reform Changes
Posted on 19 Apr 2012 by Ronald E. Weiss & Ronald Balter

During the past year, stakeholders in the workers’ compensation system in New York have continued to absorb legislative and administrative changes initiated by the 2007 reform. Maximum indemnity rates are now indexed to two-thirds of the State Average... Read More