Episode 267

The Importance of Risk Transfer in New York Workers’ Compensation

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December 19th, 2022

28 mins 25 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, "The Importance of Risk Transfer in New York Workers’ Compensation," Greg Lois leads a discussion on reimbursement from the proceeds of third party claims as well as the carrier/employer’s right to subrogate.

Greg discusses the following:

  • What rights the carrier or employer has to the proceeds of a third-party settlement pursuant to Section 29.
  • Overview of how reimbursement is calculated.
  • What types of cases are “red flags” for reimbursement or risk transfer.
  • Answers to common risk transfer questions.


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