Health Care


megan August 31, 2021
Possible Benefits outside of the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation claim for North Carolina State Employees If you sustained an injury as the result of an accident at work and you were working as an employee of the State of North Carolina on the date of your injury at work, there may be additional benefits outside[...]
megan August 24, 2021
Can I retire when my North Carolina Workers’ Compensation claim is still ongoing? The short answer to this question is yes. So long as you are eligible to retire via the employer’s retirement plan or via the Social Security Administration, there is nothing preventing your retirement just because your workers’ compensation claim is still ongoing.[...]
megan August 9, 2021
When a claimant has a serious medical condition that is extremely severe, they may meet the Social Security Administration’s criteria for being approved for disability. Disabling Medical Conditions for Social Security need to fall into specific criteria. Disabling Medical Conditions for Social Security If a claimant has a medical condition that meets the standards set[...]
megan July 27, 2021
North Carolina Worker’s Compensation Mediations If you have ever been involved in a legal matter, you may have heard the word mediation. Mediations are a dispute resolution conference used to resolve issues between parties in a legal matter. Mediations, unlike arbitrations, are not binding – meaning that you can choose whether to resolve the issues[...]
megan July 5, 2021
Injuries Accepted in a North Carolina Workers Compensation Claim When we get a call from someone asking for assistance with their case we commonly ask if their case is accepted. The general response is “yes they are paying for my treatment.” Unfortunately, this does not mean your case is accepted or that a certain body[...]
megan June 28, 2021
A few things stick out after representing individuals in hundreds of Social Security Disability claims. The best claims always have the best evidence. Experienced disability representatives, like Justin Wraight with Cardinal Law Partners, have learned to hone in on the pieces of evidence that best help individuals get approved for Social Security Disability. Best Evidence[...]