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A variety of steps aimed at cutting delays in New York’s disputed workers’ compensation injury cases, which now average four months to conclude, will be proposed by the end of the month, according to an official.

The June 1 date was contained in a letter written last week by Insurance Superintendent Eric R. Dinallo to Gov. Eliot Spitzer updating him on the drafting of an implementation framework for New York’s recently revised workers’ compensation law.

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