William J. Turley, Managing Workers’ Compensation Partner in our Ronkonkoma, Suffolk County office, andCraig E. Rosasco, Managing Workers’ Compensation Partner in our Nassau County office attended the Workers’ Memorial Mass tonight at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in Bay Shore.Continue Reading
Category: Construction Accidents
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Just finished watching the President inform the nation that our military and intelligence services have killed Osama Bin Laden. Today the USA stands triumphant in sending a clarion call to all terrorists who would come to our shores to cause us harm. Americans never give up, and you too will be hunted down, flushed out and brought to the justice you deserve.Continue Reading
Christopher M. Redmond, a Senior Partner at the New York Workers’ Compensation Law Firm of Turley Redmond & Rosasco, L.L.P., has opened a new office on Main Street in Sag Harbor, NY to serve injured workers from Montauk, East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Southampton, Sag Harbor and Hampton Bays. increase in construction accidents, including falls off ladders, scaffolds and roofs, and into holes and ditches.
Often times general contractors use off-the-books immigrant workers on both construction sites and on landscaping projects. These workers, often Latino, are rarely provided with the safety equipment they need, such as harnesses, safety goggles, ear protection and helmets.
Turley Redmond, Rosasco y Rosasco, L.L.P. a estado representando a los trabajadores inhabilitados latinos por casi vente años. Incluso si usted es un trabajador indocumentado usted tiene derecho a los beneficios de compensación de Nueva York si usted se lastima en el trabajo.
The New York Post called it an "incredible blunder". The New York Daily News reported that 9/11 sick workers were scared to sign any "settlement papers" or risk losing out on Zadroga Act Victims’ Compensation Fund benefits. This is not the first time that the Worby / Napoli Law firms have been accused of "scaring" 9/11 heroes. Now the law firms of Worby Groner & Edelman and Napoli, Bern are are fighting back and protesting the NY Post article in a barrage of internet press releases saying "Don’t Go to the NY Post for Legal Advice". The New York Post issued a new […]Continue Reading
For the attorneys at Turley, Redmond and Rosasco, this is what Christmas time is all about. In that spirit, we wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year! May no injuries or disabilities visit your doorstep in 2011. For those struggling with injury or illness already, may 2011 bring you the a quick and complete recovery.Continue Reading
"U.S. Attacked" read the headline from the New York Times on 9/12/2001. Nine years ago tomorrow the former World Trade Center was taken down by two jetliners hijacked by radical Islamic terrorists associated with Al-Queda. While the physical structure of a great city landmark was reduced to rubble, the immediate deaths and continued illnesses caused by this attack continue to haunt many New Yorkers. However, a ray of light is now shining on Ground Zero as the new One World Trade Center (formerly the Freedom Tower) rises from the ashes as seen in the recent photo above. As the New York Disability Blog has done since its inception, we again mourn those […]Continue Reading
final deadline for Ground Zero 9/11 rescue, recovery and cleanup workers to register to file a New York Workers Compensation claim in the future is September 11, 2010Continue Reading
As I have done for a number of years now, I will be lecturing tomorrow at the Hilton Hotel in Melville to my fellow NY workers compensation lawyers on "Practice Tips & Ethical Considerations" under the New York State Workers Compensation Law. I will be sharing info in my materials on the 2007 NY Workers" Compensation Reform Law including a table explaining the new "caps" on Permanent Partial Disabilities and the new maximum workers’ compensation benefit rate, which is $739.83 for all accidents on or after July 1, 2010. This is a great opportunity for personal injury lawyers to get a basic grounding in […]Continue Reading
Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein called the new $625 to $712 million proposed 9/11 settlement for sick first responders and rescue workers a "very good deal" today. Lawyer fees have now been reduced from 33% to 25%, while the actual settlement has been increased significantly. This will put more money in the hands of seriously sick first responders and their loved ones. Judge Hellerstein has set a hearing for later this month so that all interested parties can comment on the newly proposed settlement. After the initial settlement proposal was publicized this past March, both the Judge and certain rescue worker groups claimed the the settlement […]Continue Reading