Timothy Kane joined New York worker's compensation defense firm Lois LLC after spending many years prosecuting workers’ compensation claims on behalf of injured workers throughout New York City. He has experience with all aspects of comp litigation, including trials, appeals, and negotiating settlements. Timothy is able to draw upon his years of workers’ compensation experience in order to formulate comprehensive defense strategies on behalf of carriers and employers.
During law school, Timothy was a judicial intern for Honorable Michael Gerstein at Manhattan and Brooklyn Criminal Courts. He also participated in a post-graduate fellowship at Bedford-Stuyvesant Legal Services, representing tenants in eviction proceedings in housing court.
September 21st, 2018 | 22 mins 21 secs
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An interesting New York Board Panel Decision is discovered by Timothy Kane who joins host Christian Sison for his 2nd guest appearance on the podcast. Apportionment and date of contracture become ripe issues when an established occupational disease claim reaches permanency. Does the Board Panel Decision create guidance that could result in more accurate exposure analysis? Can this be used by carriers and self-insureds to close cases faster? Listen in to this discussion.