June 14, 2022

Continuing Tomorrow! Lunch and Learn with the Advocate for Injured Workers

The Workers’ Compensation Board (Board) continues its 2022 Lunch and Learn webinar series tomorrow, and there is still time to register!

On the dates listed below, the Board’s Advocate for Injured Workers will present a webinar on the basics of the workers’ compensation system, including employees’ rights if they become injured or ill on the job. The one-hour presentation will also cover:

  • Employees’ benefits under workers’ compensation
  • How to file a claim
  • How to get help with your claim if needed
  • Tips and best practices for injured workers
  • Information to be aware of regarding COVID-19 claims

The sessions are free and there will be time at the end for questions. Register here

Please note, when you select the registration link, you will be taken to a general information page. You must select 'Register' on the left side of that page to sign up.

Wednesday, July 20, 2022
12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Wednesday, August 17, 2022
12:00 P.M. - 1:0

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More information

Visit the Advocate for Injured Workers section of the Board’s website for additional resources.

You can call the Advocate for Injured Workers at (877) 632-4996 or email advocateforinjuredworkers@wcb.ny.gov.

Having trouble?

If you are having trouble registering or attending this webinar, check out these Webinar FAQs.

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