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New York Disability and Compensation Lawyers Launch New Informational Video Channel

The New York Disability Law Blog has been posting helpful information for claimants with work or non-work related disabilities for over five years now. Over the last year, many of our readers  began to ask when we planned to supplement our blog information with informational videos, such as those found on You Tube.

Well, the time is now. The Law Firm of Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP  is proud to announce the launch of their own Internet Informational Disability and Compensation Claim Video Channel, in addition to their new You Tube Disability Law Channel.  Our lawyers have produced 50 helpful videos covering topics such as  Zadroga 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund Claims,  New York Workers’ Compensation Fund Claims,  Construction Site Accidents,  Social Security Disability Claims, Long Term Disability Claims and  New York Civil Service Disability Pensions.

The first 10 videos (six on Zadroga Act  9/11 Claims by partner Troy Rosasco  and 4 on New York Workers’ Compensation Claims by partners William Turley and Craig Rosasco) are part of the initial launch, while the remaining 40 videos will be launched in stages over the next few months.

We understand that many of our readers and clients like to digest information over the Internet in video rather than written form, and this Disability Claim Video Series  launch is intended to further our goal of providing helpful information, insight and commentary on disability claims to the general public in different formats. We hope you enjoy our new Disability Claim Video Channels and suscribe by email to watch as we add new helpful content  on a regular basis

Tell us the disability claim subjects you would like to see covered in future videos and we will try to cover them as soon as possible.  Until then, enjoy!