Albany Workers’ Compensation Office

The following information on this Albany, New York work comp resource page provides information for the New York Workers’ Compensation Board office in Albany. Below is the address and contact information. Howdy Workers can advise you with any questions or issues you might have relating to your Workers Compensation benefits or how to apply for work comp benefits.

Albany New York Workers’ Compensation Office

Albany District Office
Riverview Center
150 Broadway
Suite #195
Menands, NY 12204

Phone: (877) 632-4996

Hours: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

New York State Resources

Workers’ compensation is an employee program overseen by the New York Workers’ Compensation Board. It can provide lost wages and medical benefits to employees who have a work-related injury or illness.

Albany Work Injury Resources

You expect to do your job in a safe and accident-free environment. Sometimes workplace accidents happen in Albany, New York including falls from scaffolding, trench collapses, machinery failures and other serious incidents. Workers’ compensation pays for medical care and lost wages for employees who have work-related injuries or illnesses. Work injury lawyers can help employees get the workers’ compensation benefits they deserve. If you’re injured on the job, you must report your injury to your employer. Howdy Workers helps injured workers navigate the New York workman’s comp process of finding a medical practice, law firm and pharmacy who specialize in serving workers’ compensation clients.

We Help Injured Workers

Get the help you need after a work injury. Navigating the workers’ compensation bureaucracy can feel overwhelming especially when you are in pain, missing work and not getting paid. We at Howdy Workers offer a free case evaluation and will walk you through the process of finding a medical practice, law firm and pharmacy who specialize in serving workers’ comp clients. Get started today!

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