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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

MATTER OF HELD v. NEW YORK STATE WORKERS'COMPENSATION BOARD

Petitioners, which are group self-insured trusts (hereinafter GSITs), [1] commenced this proceeding to annul certain assessments levied against them by respondent New York State Workers' 972 Compensation Board. Petitioners alleged, among other things, that the assessments were ...

Fleming v. Graham

... JONES, J. The issue in this case is whether plaintiff's facial injuries constituted a "permanent and severe facial disfigurement" for purposes of qualifying as a "grave injury" under Workers' Compensation Law § 11. Under the facts of this case, we hold that they do not. ...

MATTER OF FUENTES v. New York City Housing Authority

... WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD, Respondent. ... Spain, J. Claimant sustained a work-related back injury in August 1998 and was paid workers' compensation benefits through February 2000, when the case was closed. ...