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Sept 11 Workers Comp - NYLJ 2001

Updated: Dec 1, 2023

In November, 2001 we published an article in the prestigious “Outside Counsel” column of the New York Law Journal discussing the potential workers’ compensation claims that might arise out of the September 11thattacks on the World Trade Center. The article identified cases that would clearly be covered, those that wouldclearly not be covered, and those that would present future problems. Five years later, the Legislature amended the Workers’ Compensation Law to add Article 8-a, providing coverage for World Trade Center responders and resolving some of the issues we identified immediately after the attack.


Read September 11: Dealing With Workers’ Compensation here.

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