2024 New Contributor Form

New to the WCA?  Simply click one of the options below and create a profile account with your email and a password. You will then be automatically brought to the form of your choice.

Already a contributor of the WCA and want to donate a supplemental amount to help injured workers in NYS?  Just click on the Supplemental Donation link below, sign in with your log in information, and you will go automatically to the form.


Our annual contributors commit to a yearly contribution level.  Each level may be paid annually or monthly and offer the added benefits listed below. 

PARTNER $3,000/year OR $250/month with 12-month commitment Contributions. Partner status is subject to the approval of the WCA Board of Directors.

ADVOCATE $2,400/year OR $200/month with 12-month commitment Includes recognition on the WCA website + link to firm website.

PATRON $1,500/year OR $125/month with 12-month commitment Includes recognition on the WCA website.

BENEFACTOR $900/year OR $75/month with 12-month commitment


This is a donation in addition to your annual contribution to the WCA. Our 2024 supplimental donation fundraising program suggests a $1,000. per attorney and there is no limit to how many times you can donate during the year! 

2024 Supplemental Donation Form

Please read this article published by Dr. Parrott on the current state of New York Workers' Compensation

James A. Parrott is director of economic and fiscal policies at the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School.

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New York Workers' Compensation Alliance

The New York Workers Compensation Alliance is a statewide coalition of injured workers and other stakeholders committed to protecting the rights of injured workers under the New York State Workers’ Compensation laws-- this website is a resource for these parties and the general public.  The NYWCA is fully funded by contributions and donations by those who are dedicated to improving New York State's workers' compensation system.

Working New Yorkers are the backbone of New York's economy.  

New York was the first state to adopt workers’ compensation and was once a national leader in protecting the rights and interests of workers injured on the job. 

Today the New York workers’ compensation system is broken.

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Time for a New Look
The Center for New York City Affairs at The New School released a report in 2020 outlining the shocking inadequacy of benefits for New York workers who are injured or killed on the job, even as insurance company profits have soared to more than $1 billion each year.  Many of the issues in the report are still true today. Learn more... 

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