Episode 172

The Importance of Risk Transfer in New York Workers' Compensation Cases


December 22nd, 2020

27 mins 13 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “The Importance of Risk Transfer In New York Workers’ Compensation Cases,” Greg Lois talks about reimbursement and subrogation as means to reduce exposure in New York Workers’ Compensation claims.

In this episode, Greg talks about:

  • The differences between a reimbursement right and subrogation;
  • How to maximize reimbursement under New York’s Section 29;
  • Limitations on the right of subrogation in New York; and
  • How to evaluate the amount of recovery in a reimbursement or subrogation action.

This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on December 21, 2020.

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