Workers Compensation and Scleroderma"
Victor Fusco, Esq.
Patient Education Forum, HSS, NYC
April 26, 2015
Mr. Fusco is licensed to practice law in New York State only. Although his discussion makes reference to some cases from other jurisdictions, you should consult a Workers' Compensation attorney in your own state if you have questions about whether you have a Workers' Compensation or Occupational Disease case, as the rules differ from state to state.
About Mr. Fusco:
Victor Fusco is one of the founding members of Fusco, Brandenstein & Rada, P.C., a leading firm in NY for Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability. Mr. Fusco re- ceived his undergraduate degree from Hofstra University in 1972, and his law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1975.
Mr. Fusco is a frequent lecturer and writer in the areas of Social Security, Workers’ Compensation and media relations for such organizations as the New York State Bar Association, The National Business Institute, the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations, the New York Injured Workers’ Bar As- sociation, and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives. His columns appear in numer- ous union newsletters and local papers. He is the founding president of the New York Social Security Bar Association, and a founding member of the Social Security Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and board member and a past-president of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.
Since March of 1999, Mr. Fusco has been the host of “Labor Lines” a program about working men and women and the organizations that represent them heard ton AM-970 “The Answer” in New York City and on Long Island on WGBB 1240 AM radio in Nassau and WJVC 96.1 “My Country” and WRCN 103.9 “LI News Radio.” Podcasts are available on I-Tunes and at www.LaborLines.com.
Mr. Fusco is a past member of the Advisory Boards of the Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center; The Lupus Alliance Long Island/Queens Affiliate and The Labor-Management Center for which he also served a faculty member. He is the past-president of the Greater New York Safety Council and New York Social Security Bar Association. Mr. Fusco also served as the Chair of the Annual March of Dimes Salute to Labor Dinner for six years. He has received awards from numerous charitable, civic and legal organizations.
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