About Grey & Grey, LLP
Grey & Grey was founded in 1967 to represent injured workers in claims for workers’ compensation benefits. Today, the firm has six offices, seventeen attorneys, and more than two dozen staff helping injured workers obtain workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability, personal injury cases, and related matters throughout the metropolitan area. More than two-thirds of Grey & Grey’s attorneys have at least 20 years of experience in the field, and most have been with the firm for at least a decade. This unique combination of experience and continuity helps the firm obtain the best possible results for their clients.
Grey & Grey is widely acknowledged as a leader in the field of workers’ compensation law and benefits. In addition to their vast experience representing clients before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board, their attorneys have won many cases at the Appellate Division and the Court of Appeals, breaking new ground and establishing a right to benefits not only for their clients but for tens of thousands of injured workers across the state. They have also drafted and been consulted about changes to the law itself, most notably creating an entire chapter of the law that provided benefits for World Trade Center responders. Grey & Grey has published numerous articles in scholarly publications, lectured to bar association and union groups around the state, and are continuously engaged in educating the public and other lawyers about the law and the benefits it provides. Grey & Grey has:
- 100,000+ cases and clients served
- 350+ combined years of experience
- 100+ five star google ratings
- 700M+ recoveries and benefits won
Legal representation and services are available to active, dues-paying PEF members in Regions 9, 10, 11 & 12, with offices located in Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Nassau & Suffolk county, and Westchester.
What Grey & Grey Will do for You
To receive workers’ compensation benefits, a worker must prove that they were involved in an accident while they were working and because of that work, the employer was notified that the accident caused or contributed to an injury. The legal definitions of “working” and “because of the work” are very broad, and protect workers when they are on, entering, or leaving the employer’s property, and sometimes when they are traveling. The employer must be notified within 30 days of the accident, unless a late notice is excused by the Workers’ Compensation Board. A separate claim must also be filed with the Workers’ Compensation Board within two years of the accident.
Occupational diseases are also covered by workers’ compensation. An occupational disease is a condition that develops over a period of time because of the type of work a person does.
Grey & Grey is dedicated to representing workers who are injured on the job.
- They will provide you with all the forms you need to file your claim, and they will file the claim for you after the paperwork is complete.
- The insurance company is not defenseless. It can and often will arrange examinations with medical consultants to obtain opinions about whether you are disabled or need medical treatment. After such an exam, you may be notified that your payments have been suspended, reduced, or that the insurance company is denying further medical treatment. If you let Grey & Grey know that this is happening, they will request a hearing for you.
- When the Compensation Board schedules a hearing in your case, Grey & Grey will appear on your behalf and present your claim to the Judge. You should also be present in case questions come up that they need you to answer.
- Not all problems can be resolved at a regular hearing. Sometimes a trial or deposition testimony is needed from you, the doctors, or other witnesses. If a trial is necessary, Grey & Grey will try your case to the best of their ability and take whatever testimony is needed to help you win your case.
- Grey & Grey wants to obtain the best possible result for you in your workers’ compensation claim. They will track your claim from beginning to end, explain your rights under the law and what is needed to win your case, and work with you to get the necessary documents or evidence. Their goal is for you to receive the benefits to which you are entitled.
How to Contact Grey & Grey for Your Legal Support
Interested in speaking with an attorney about your workers’ compensation claim? Contact Grey & Grey:
- By phone at (516) 249-1342, (212) 964-1342, (718) 268-5300, or (914) 984-2292
- Via the Grey & Grey website
- Via email