Nassau County Workers' Compensation Fraud
When you are receiving workers’ compensation and the carrier raises Section 114 A, this means they are alleging fraud. It is not only your workers’ comp benefits on the line, but you could be charged with a felony. They refer these cases to the District Attorney’s Office so they can determine whether to charge you criminally.
We are one of the few firms in Nassau County and across New York that handle both criminal and workers’ comp. Thus, we are in a unique position to help defend you and try to protect you from having criminal charges filed. If criminal charges are filed, we have found that the District Attorney’s Office often overcharges these cases because the workers’ compensation laws are complicated.
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Our experience as Former Prosecutors allows us to understand the prosecution’s position against our criminal defense clients and leverage practical solutions. We are also backed by 70 years of combined legal experience.