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Statutes > New-york > Wkc > Article-2

9 - Definitions.
10 - Liability for compensation.
11 - Alternative remedy.
12 - Compensation not allowed for first seven days.
13 - Treatment and care of injured employees.
13-A - Selection of authorized physician by employee.
13-AA - Medical appeals unit.
13-B - Authorization of physicians, medical bureaus and laboratories by the chair.
13-C - Licensing of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-D - Removal of physicians from lists of those authorized to render medical care or to conduct independent medical examinations.
13-E - Revocation of licenses of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-F - Payment of medical fees.
13-G - Payment of bills for medical care.
13-H - Ombudsman for injured workers.
13-I - Solicitation prohibited.
13-J - Medical or surgical treatment by insurance carriers and employers.
13-K - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed podiatrists.
13-L - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed chiropractors.
13-M - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed psychologists.
13-N - Mandatory registration of entities which derive income from independent medical examinations.
13-O - Pharmaceutical fee schedule.
14 - Weekly wages basis of compensation.
14-A - Double compensation and death benefits when minors illegally employed.
15 - Schedule in case of disability.
16 - Death benefits.
17 - Aliens.
18 - Notice of injury or death.
18-A - Notice: The New York Jockey Injury Compensation Fund, Inc.
18-B - Notice; the New York black car operators' injury compensation fund, inc.
18-C - Independent livery bases.
19 - Physical examination.
19-A - Physicians not to accept fees from carriers.
19-B - Treatment by physicians in employ of board.
19-C - Actions against health services personnel; defense and indemnification.
20 - Determination of claims for compensation.
21 - Presumptions.
21-A - Temporary payment of compensation.
22 - Modification of awards, decisions or orders.
23 - Appeals.
24 - Costs and fees.
24-A - Representation before the workers' compensation board.
25 - Compensation, how payable.
25-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in certain claims; limitation of right to compensation.
25-B - Awards to non-residents: Non-resident compensation fund.
26 - Enforcement of payment in default.
26-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in claims against uninsured defaulting employers.
27 - Depositing future payments in the aggregate trust fund.
27-A - Investments in obligations of designated public benefit corporations; indemnifications.
27-B - Amortization of gains or losses.
27-C - Appropriations to the aggregate trust fund.
28 - Limitation of right to compensation.
29 - Remedies of employees; subrogation.
30 - Revenues or benefits from other sources not to affect compensation.
31 - Agreement for contribution by employee void.
32 - Waiver agreements.
32-A - Waivers of specific coverage prohibited.
33 - Assignments; exemptions.
34 - Preferences.
35 - Safety net.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Wkc > Article-2

9 - Definitions.
10 - Liability for compensation.
11 - Alternative remedy.
12 - Compensation not allowed for first seven days.
13 - Treatment and care of injured employees.
13-A - Selection of authorized physician by employee.
13-AA - Medical appeals unit.
13-B - Authorization of physicians, medical bureaus and laboratories by the chair.
13-C - Licensing of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-D - Removal of physicians from lists of those authorized to render medical care or to conduct independent medical examinations.
13-E - Revocation of licenses of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-F - Payment of medical fees.
13-G - Payment of bills for medical care.
13-H - Ombudsman for injured workers.
13-I - Solicitation prohibited.
13-J - Medical or surgical treatment by insurance carriers and employers.
13-K - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed podiatrists.
13-L - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed chiropractors.
13-M - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed psychologists.
13-N - Mandatory registration of entities which derive income from independent medical examinations.
13-O - Pharmaceutical fee schedule.
14 - Weekly wages basis of compensation.
14-A - Double compensation and death benefits when minors illegally employed.
15 - Schedule in case of disability.
16 - Death benefits.
17 - Aliens.
18 - Notice of injury or death.
18-A - Notice: The New York Jockey Injury Compensation Fund, Inc.
18-B - Notice; the New York black car operators' injury compensation fund, inc.
18-C - Independent livery bases.
19 - Physical examination.
19-A - Physicians not to accept fees from carriers.
19-B - Treatment by physicians in employ of board.
19-C - Actions against health services personnel; defense and indemnification.
20 - Determination of claims for compensation.
21 - Presumptions.
21-A - Temporary payment of compensation.
22 - Modification of awards, decisions or orders.
23 - Appeals.
24 - Costs and fees.
24-A - Representation before the workers' compensation board.
25 - Compensation, how payable.
25-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in certain claims; limitation of right to compensation.
25-B - Awards to non-residents: Non-resident compensation fund.
26 - Enforcement of payment in default.
26-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in claims against uninsured defaulting employers.
27 - Depositing future payments in the aggregate trust fund.
27-A - Investments in obligations of designated public benefit corporations; indemnifications.
27-B - Amortization of gains or losses.
27-C - Appropriations to the aggregate trust fund.
28 - Limitation of right to compensation.
29 - Remedies of employees; subrogation.
30 - Revenues or benefits from other sources not to affect compensation.
31 - Agreement for contribution by employee void.
32 - Waiver agreements.
32-A - Waivers of specific coverage prohibited.
33 - Assignments; exemptions.
34 - Preferences.
35 - Safety net.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Wkc > Article-2

9 - Definitions.
10 - Liability for compensation.
11 - Alternative remedy.
12 - Compensation not allowed for first seven days.
13 - Treatment and care of injured employees.
13-A - Selection of authorized physician by employee.
13-AA - Medical appeals unit.
13-B - Authorization of physicians, medical bureaus and laboratories by the chair.
13-C - Licensing of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-D - Removal of physicians from lists of those authorized to render medical care or to conduct independent medical examinations.
13-E - Revocation of licenses of compensation medical bureaus and laboratories.
13-F - Payment of medical fees.
13-G - Payment of bills for medical care.
13-H - Ombudsman for injured workers.
13-I - Solicitation prohibited.
13-J - Medical or surgical treatment by insurance carriers and employers.
13-K - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed podiatrists.
13-L - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed chiropractors.
13-M - Care and treatment of injured employees by duly licensed psychologists.
13-N - Mandatory registration of entities which derive income from independent medical examinations.
13-O - Pharmaceutical fee schedule.
14 - Weekly wages basis of compensation.
14-A - Double compensation and death benefits when minors illegally employed.
15 - Schedule in case of disability.
16 - Death benefits.
17 - Aliens.
18 - Notice of injury or death.
18-A - Notice: The New York Jockey Injury Compensation Fund, Inc.
18-B - Notice; the New York black car operators' injury compensation fund, inc.
18-C - Independent livery bases.
19 - Physical examination.
19-A - Physicians not to accept fees from carriers.
19-B - Treatment by physicians in employ of board.
19-C - Actions against health services personnel; defense and indemnification.
20 - Determination of claims for compensation.
21 - Presumptions.
21-A - Temporary payment of compensation.
22 - Modification of awards, decisions or orders.
23 - Appeals.
24 - Costs and fees.
24-A - Representation before the workers' compensation board.
25 - Compensation, how payable.
25-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in certain claims; limitation of right to compensation.
25-B - Awards to non-residents: Non-resident compensation fund.
26 - Enforcement of payment in default.
26-A - Procedure and payment of compensation in claims against uninsured defaulting employers.
27 - Depositing future payments in the aggregate trust fund.
27-A - Investments in obligations of designated public benefit corporations; indemnifications.
27-B - Amortization of gains or losses.
27-C - Appropriations to the aggregate trust fund.
28 - Limitation of right to compensation.
29 - Remedies of employees; subrogation.
30 - Revenues or benefits from other sources not to affect compensation.
31 - Agreement for contribution by employee void.
32 - Waiver agreements.
32-A - Waivers of specific coverage prohibited.
33 - Assignments; exemptions.
34 - Preferences.
35 - Safety net.

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