Understanding workers comp law in New York is something that every employer and employee should resolve to do. This vital insurance coverage provides medical care and benefits to employees that are injured or become ill while on the job.
Employers must pay for the insurance, and when claims are filed, the business owner’s insurance company pays the cost of the employee claim. The state Workers Compensation Board processes all claims and is responsible for determining cash benefit amounts and medical care limits according to workers comp law.
When insurers or the employer dispute the claim, benefits are not paid until a judge makes the determination as to the validity of the claim. How employees are to handle their medical time off and subsequent return-to-work are outlined by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board.
Their workers comp insurance website offers a comprehensive look at everything concerned with this coverage from an employer and employee perspective.
You’ll find topics such as:
- What To Do If You Are Injured On The Job
- Who Is Covered by Workers Compensation Law
- How to File A Claim
- Workers’ Comp Benefits
- The Claim Process
- Hearings and Appeals
- Disability Classifications
- Rehabilitation & Return to Work
You can learn more by visiting their site here, and as always, if you have any questions about your present coverage or need a competitive quote for your NY workers comp, give Enforce Coverage Group a call or submit an online request.