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MATTER OF CAMPBELL v. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF NEW YORK CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT, ARTICLE 1-B PENSION FUND

Whether a firefighter is disabled is determined by the Medical Board of the New York City Fire Department, Article 1-B Pension Fund (hereinafter the Medical Board) (see Administrative Code of the City of New York § 13-352; Matter of Meyer v Board of Trustees of NY City Fire ...

Berardi v. Berardi

... June 19, 2007, and thereupon, granting that branch of the motion which was to amend the qualified domestic relations order dated September 24, 2002, by adding a provision entitling the plaintiff to receive her allocable share of the defendant's disability pension for ordinary ...

MATTER OF BITCHATCHI v. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT PENSION FUND, ARTICLE II

Supreme Court properly determined that respondent failed to rebut with credible evidence the presumption of Administrative Code of the City of New York § 13-252.1, that petitioner's cancer was caused by her service at the World Trade Center site in the days immediately ...