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  • I have been go to this neurologist for almost ten years, Dr Krishna and his partner A.J. are excellent, wonderful, amazing, caring, kind, and most of all respectful neurologists/doctors always there to help you out whenever u need assistance. If u need any neurologist, I will definitely most recommend this place to anyone to see these both doctors, because they are number one neurologists who are very thoughtful, caring, dedicated, genuine, nice, friendly, trustworthy, to always willing to help anyone in need. I am very thankful and grateful to have them in my life as my doctors, would be totally lost without them. They have always been there for me the longest, and I will definitely continue to see them as my number one neurologists/doctors, because I trust them with my life always and forever. There is no one else better than these neurologists/doctors.

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  • I've been going to Doctor Krishna for a few years now cause I got hurt at my job. Whenever I come, he is really helpful, nice, funny, and so are the other doctors. But be prepared to wait like 20-30 minutes in the waiting room because theres a lot of patients and the doctors take their time with them. Overall, one of my favorite doctors, def. recommend him if you need a neurologist.

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  • I drive all the way from Jamaica Queens to see DR.K I was reffered to him by my primary doctor. I was a little nervous the first time because I wasn’t to sure how to articulate the pain I was having. But then of course DR.K to the rescue and he knew exactly what was wrong. One thing I can definitely say is he does not throw painkillers at you he takes his time and gradually work with u and see what works. Yeah it’s crowded but to me they move fast and I love the energy and I love DR.K personality he is very respectful and his staff are always on top of things.
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April 19, 2018
HVALF Labor to Labor for Shelly Mayer

HVALF Labor to Labor for Shelly Mayer HVALF LABOR to LABOR Canvass for Shelly Mayer When: Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Where: WPCLB Offices, 595 West Hartsdale Avenue, White Plains, NY 10607 Please let us know if you will be attending; email Beth at esoto@hvalf. Source: Labor Federation AFL-CIO {$excerpt:n}

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April 19, 2018
Resting in Peace: Assemblyman Frank Skartados

Resting in Peace: Our Assemblyman Frank Skartados The HVALF Officers, Vice Presidents and Staff are deeply saddened of the passing of Frank Skartados. Source: Labor Federation AFL-CIO

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June 6, 2018
NYSNA Safe Staffing Rallies in NY

JOIN NYSNA to support the Safe Staffing Bill June 15 at 1 pm Vassar Brothers Medical Center - 45 Reade Street, Poughkeepsie, NY Because NY Patients Just Can’t Wait! <span style=font-size: 10. Source: Labor Federation AFL-CIO

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August 22, 2018
Labor Endorsements 2018

NYS AFL-CIO Endorsements for 2018 Elections The endorsements took place at the state federation’s 2018 Committee on Political Education (COPE) Convention at the Sheraton NY Times Square Hotel in New York City. Source: Labor Federation AFL-CIO

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October 10, 2018
Job Posting: HVALF Coordinator

Hudson Valley Area Labor Federation Coordinator Position Available: Description: The coordinator is responsible for coordination of all unions in the seven counties in Hudson Valley. Source: Labor Federation AFL-CIO

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November 3, 2018
NC - partial middle finger tip amputation

I’ve never been in this situation and I feel like I’m kind of being left in the dark as to what’s going on between me, my employer, workers comp, and future hospital visits. Last night I was involved in an accident at work where the very tip of my fin...

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November 3, 2018
I need help

So im a prep cook and my boss told me to help them bust some tables and a wine glass fell from the rack and i tried to pick it up in mid air and it broke and it made a nasty cut you could see that i needed stitches to fix it so since where understaffed...

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November 3, 2018
Hurt my wrist at work

So i am working at a distribution center for the holiday season through the adecco temporary hiring agency and my job consists of me lifting heavy objects. However, I ended up hurting my left wrist from work and was wondering if this situation would qu...

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November 7, 2018
Lost my voice???

I work in a classroom as a TA (my first year in the classroom). I have possibly damaged my vocal chords due to raising my voice for the class to hear me. I am currently unable to speak, and when I try it’s very painful. I go to the Dr tomorrow and anti...

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November 8, 2018
Multiple bulging discs (CA)

I had a few questions about workers compensation and hope I could get some help;

So I work at a building that serves food and is 3 floors high, I've been in that location for 3+ years. The main issue is the kitchen is on the first floor, and we accommodate a lot of people, so think of it like catering with how busy we potentially get. Trays of of food and drink needs to be carried to the 3rd floor constantly, and I've been doing this for years, also the work requires you to bend over a whole lot.

The last few months I was experiencing a lot of back pain, and I thought it was muscle related. I have dual citizenship with another country and I actually had a short vacation there in between, while I was there I decided to go to a doctor because it's cheaper there and they actually care for you. Anyway the doctor immediately wanted an MRI, and after the tests I was diagnosed with 2 bulging discs. The moment I got back to Cali which was a few days after I notified my GM and in the meantime asked for an easier position such as front desk. (even front desk staff are required to bend over, lift heavy objects and are not allowed to sit) He immediately took me off scheduling and said he would not put me back on until I had more reports stating on the limitations of what I can do at work. Wanted to point out that another employee who has been there a long time had a similar injury, workers comp requested the work place to allow her to have breaks and a chair to sit on, our GM refused it and now she's at home getting paid.

I went ahead and requested a workers compensation form a few days after, and unfortunately I got no response or anything. I asked another supervisor and was told to ask HR, I spoke to HR and they told me to talk to the GM *eye roll.* Anyway someone else from HR reached out and has been helping me a lot with the process, my claim has been filed and I have a claim number. It's been over 3 weeks but I still have not heard from workers compensation. I have tried calling them the last 10 days or so, leaving voice messages, but no one is getting back to me. They also have the doctors reports on my situation. I do know about the 90 day limit they have. So I do have a few questions.

- Do I continue to wait, or should I hire an attorney?

- My second question is, if the 90 day timeline passes which would mean they automatically have to pay; will I also be paid for the entire time that I have been out of work until now (since the time I filed the claim) or would payments only be for the time afterwards which workers comp has accepted the claim.

- My workers comp representative is from another state, but I know they have another office in my city, should I just try going there, would other employees be allowed to pull up my information?

Sorry for the long post, I wanted to be as descriptive as possible.

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November 12, 2018
FL - Lawyer vs No Lawyer

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