Reduced Earnings In Workers’ Compensation

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A common misconception about workers’ compensation benefits is that you can’t continue to collect them if you go back to work. The concern most people have is that they won’t be able to earn as much with a job as they do on workers’ comp because they are still disabled from their on-the-job injury. To… Read More

Looking At Your Case From Every Angle – Part 2: How Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury Work Together

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As we talked about in our last post, the Workers’ Compensation Law (WCL) prevents employees from suing their employers for injuries they sustained on the job, with a few exceptions. This means that if you are hurt at work, even if it’s your employer’s fault, you usually can’t sue the company. However, in some circumstances,… Read More

Looking At Your Case From Every Angle – Part 1: Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, or Personal Injury?

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At Segar & Sciortino, we help injured people get the compensation they deserve, whether that is through workers’ compensation, social security disability, or a personal injury lawsuit. This post will discuss in some depth the difference between these areas of law. Workers’ Compensation is a benefits system established by law that provides coverage to employees… Read More

Introducing the Blog

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Welcome to the first installment of Segar & Sciortino’s blog. To begin, I want to introduce the firm. Segar & Sciortino is a Rochester-based law firm that provides legal services to injured and disabled individuals in Western New York. Our practice concentrates on Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, and Personal Injury (Accident Law). By focusing our practice on these… Read More

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