New York (WorkersCompensation.com) – With the passage of a $153 billion budget, New York State is set to implement changes to its workers’ compensation system designed to protect businesses as well as employees.
And while both sides of the issue seem to be happy with the reforms, neither side said they got everything they wanted.
"We spearheaded the effort in this reform. Obviously, we are very pleased to see the cost-saving reforms become law,” said Lev Ginsburg, ...
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