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Employers, Claimants Eye Comp Bills That Could Have Life This Year

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Friday, January 24, 2020 | 761 | 0 | 120 min read

Other than measures that could decide the employment and benefits status of millions of gig-economy workers, New York companies aren't expecting much earth-shaking workers' compensation legislation this year. But they are keeping an eye on some second-tier measures on the calendar, including three that passed the Senate last year but died in the Assembly. One would grant time off work to abuse victims; another would allow occupational and physical therapy assistants to be reimbursed; and another would expedite death benefits for volunteer firefighters. Other bills that have...

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