COVID-19 and New Jersey Workers' Compensation: Your Questions Answered
March 23rd, 2020
30 mins 9 secs
About this Episode
Attorney Greg Lois leads a webinar for clients on the compensability of infectious disease claims in New Jersey workers' compensation courts. This audio is from a live webinar and question-and-answer session provided by the Firm on March 23, 2020.
Greg discusses the following:
- Compensability Examples
- Jurisdictional Standards of Proof
- When Infectious Diseases are Compensable
- Common Questions Regarding Testing
- How to do Your Investigation
How to attend these webinars live and ask questions
Join us for our monthly webinars on New York and New Jersey workers’ compensation law.
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- Register for a Civil Litigation Webinar
- Register for a New York Workers' Compensation Webinar (12PM SESSION)
- Register for a New York Workers' Compensation Webinar (3PM SESSION)
- Register for a New Jersey Workers' Compensation Webinar
Schedules and Information
Handout materials are provided in advance of each session. The webinar courses follow the "life cycle" of a claim and correspond to chapters in the Workers' Compensation Handbooks offered by the Firm.
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