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Workers Comp Troubles Making You Sick? New York Personal Injury Lawyers Might Just Have the Cure
Date:4/7/2009

il the insurance carrier decided to pull the rug out from underneath him and require him to be reexamined by three of their own medical consultants, each of whom later filed reports saying he had recovered and could return to work.

"Insurance carriers usually have attorneys, or experienced representatives, at these hearings," Perecman said. "In this instance, the testimony of both the claimant and the insurance carrier's medical witnesses was highly technical. By getting The Perecman Firm involved, the claimant put the same level of experience, if not more, in his corner, as the insurance carrier had in theirs.

"This story," he added, "clearly serves to demonstrate why it is often in the best interest of the person who is injured on the job to seek the advice and counsel of an experienced personal injury lawyer. As a result of our intervention, this claimant had his workers' compensation benefits reinstated."

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