Albany Workers Comp Attorney
Typically, the best way to protect your rights and maximize your chances of a favorable outcome is to discuss your situation with an experienced legal profess
Typically, the best way to protect your rights and maximize your chances of a favorable outcome is to discuss your situation with an experienced legal professional in your area. Whether youâre facing an injury legal issue, have been denied social security disability benefits, or need assistance with your Albany workerâs compensation claim, Albany attorney Paul Giannetti can help.
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Paul Giannetti was born and raised in Rotterdam Junction N.Y. and attended Bishop Scully High School. He received his Bachelors degree, cum laude, from St. Bonaventure University and Juris Doctor from Albany Law School in 1992.
After working for a small private law firm for 5 years, Mr. Giannetti started his own practice in 1998. Since that time he has represented hundreds of injury victims in personal injury, workers compensation and social security matters. His firm handles all types of accident and injury cases and represents only injury victims.
Created On: 11/09/2012If you've been injured on the job in New York and need workers compensation insurance to cover medical treatment, you may need to jump through some hoops to get authorization.
Created On: 12/20/2011
The Workers' Compensation Board Medical Treatment Guidelines for the lumbar and thoracic spine make it extremely difficult for patients to receive chiropractic manipulation beyond a period of 3 months.
Created On: 01/01/2011
In almost every single case, the Medical Treatment Guidelines which are in effect beginning on 12/01/10, will drastically change the process of securing medical care for work related injuries.
Created On: 12/16/2010
A series of cases decided within the last year make it clear that one of the Workers' Compensation Board priorities is to require permanently partially disabled claimants actively rehabilitate and seek employment....