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Because People Matter Entry 1: Can I choose my own doctor while on workers’ comp?
Because People Matter Entry 2: Can I lose my job while on workers’ comp?
Because People Matter Entry 3: What benefits am I entitled to if I’m hurt at work?
Because People Matter: Entry 4
Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim?
Can I get Workers’ Comp if I’m not at Fault?
Can your WC or SSD benefits affect you at tax time?
Common causes for serious and fatal work injuries
Common Workplace Injuries in the Healthcare Field
Concurrent Employment: When You Have More Than One Job
Construction Workers and Workplace Injury
Could you have a CONSEQUENTIAL injury
Delayed Reaction to a Work Injury
Don't lose out on you lump sum award!
How to Effectively Appeal a Denied Social Security Disability Claim with Zea Proukou
Who is Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?
Estate Planning is for EVERYONE
Experienced Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Attorneys Based In Rochester and the Finger Lakes
Four Important Steps to Follow When Filing for Workers' Compensation
What is the First Thing to Do After a Workplace Injury?
Happy New Year from the Zea Proukou Family!
How can I make sure my work injury claim will be established?
How can I prove that pain is being caused by long work hours or specific job duties?
How Do I Report a Work Injury?
How Do They Decide How Much I Am Paid While Out on Workers’ Comp?
How Do You Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?
How to File a Social Security Disability Claim
How We Stay Updated on Workers’ Comp Laws and Practices
How Workers’ Compensation is Calculated in New York State
How Your Social Media Presence Affects Your Case?
How Zea Proukou PLLC Can Help You File a Workers' Compensation Claim
Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs) And Your Rights Under WCL § 137
Injury at work? Here’s what you need to know.
Is there a way to calculate my potential claim?
Looking for Work while Receiving Partial Disability Workers’ Comp Benefits
Common Mistakes to Avoid in Your Social Security Disability Application
No More Administrative Decisions from the Board?
New York State Workers’ Compensation Minimum to Increase Significantly Over the Next 3 Years
I’m Out of Work Due to a Workplace Injury. What Happens to My Job While I’m Away?
How to Prepare for SSD and SSI Applications
Proposed changes to the Workers’ Comp Law – Make Your Voice Heard!
Protecting your family’s future – the importance of Estate Planning
Randi Proukou has a successful appeal to the Third Department
Social Security Disability Vs. Social Security Retirement
I’m a Stay-at-Home Parent. Am I Eligible for SSD or SSI?
The Differences Between Workers’ Comp and FMLA
The very real consequences of workers' comp fraud
Unemployment and SSDI
Unemployment and Workers’ Comp Benefits
WAGE INCREASE FOR MINORS
What if a work related accident could have been avoided?
What if a work related accident was technically my fault?
What if I have a delayed reaction from a work related accident?
What if I’m hurt at work but don’t have a doctor?
What is an SLU and How is it Calculated?
What to Expect After a Workers’ Compensation Claim is Filed
What You Should Do if You Have a Partial Disability
When Your Injury Might Not Be Covered by Workers’ Comp
Why Should I Hire an Attorney When Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Work related auto accidents
Work-related condition that is not a result of an "Accident"
Workers’ Comp Offset of Social Security Disability Benefits
Workers Comp or Personal Injury?
Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability
Workers’ Compensation Claim Tips
Workers’ Compensation for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Workers Compensation for Truck Drivers and Delivery Workers
What to Know About the Workers' Compensation Settlement Process
Your condition worsens with work activity? You might have a Workers’ Comp claim
Areas We Serve
Finger Lakes, NY
Aaron T. Sanders
Daniel E. Zea
Erin A. Warr
Randi N. Proukou
Social Security Disability & Supplemental Security Income
We can be reached by phone at 585-423-9444 or 315-853-9444 or via email by visiting our website’s contact page.