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New York Workers' Compensation is an intricate area of law that is often subject to a number of misconceptions. This site is intended to help readers seeking clarification on the topic of NY Workers' Comp. Whether you are an injured worker lost amidst the complexities of Workers' Comp, a doctor who is not sure how to properly handle a Workers' Comp patient's file, or simply a curious New Yorker who worries about what would happen if you were ever injured on the job, I hope that the content of this site will deliver the answers you seek, even to questions you didn't know to ask.



It is my pleasure to welcome you into the world of New York Workers' Compensation. I hope you enjoy your visit, spread the word, and come back soon.





Best regards,

Camila P. Medici, Esq.






Thursday, May 21, 2015

If I Return to Work After a Work-Related Injury But Work Part-Time Only or Make Less Money, Am I Still Entitled to Workers' Comp Benefits?

YES, so long as your decreased paycheck is because of your work-related injury, meaning that you can only now work part time or in a different position because of your work injury.  You will need medical reports saying you have work restrictions, BUT you will be able to receive 2/3 of the difference between what you used to make prior to the accident and what you are making now up to the statutory maximum rate of benefits for your date of injury.

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