Jonathan H. Poznansky, Attorney at Law

November 2019 Archives

Workers' compensation, injuries and death linked to union status

Despite its prevalence, construction work can be a dangerous occupation in New York. Given the risks, workers' compensation may be key for injured workers and families left behind to receive income. Recent statistics show the disparity between union construction workers and those not in a union.

Did your disability claim come back denied? You have options

If you are unable to work due to a physical injury or medical condition, you know much this can affect the financial health of your New York family. After all, if you cannot work, how can you earn the money you need to pay for your medical care or simply make ends meet? Not only would it be helpful for you to get Social Security benefits, it may be a necessity.

Workers' compensation often needed by construction employees

Construction is seemingly constant throughout New York. There are many projects for residential buildings, commercial buildings, repair and maintenance. This might seem inconvenient for passersby and people who live near these worksites, but it is beneficial for the city, its businesses, residents and especially for construction employees. The construction industry provides significant jobs with good income and benefits to workers.

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