Health Care


megan June 8, 2021
If your employer and workers’ compensation insurance company accepted liability for your injury at work, but your disability checks stopped, the following are options to have the disability checks re-started: 1. Motion to Compel Payment of Benefits. If there has not been to return to work, Order from the North Carolina Industrial allowing termination for[...]
Cardinal Law Partners April 6, 2021
Follow these tips to take your standard injury claim and turn it into a strong workers' compensation case: Medical care – make sure that you seek treatment and physician care immediately following your injury. Notify your employer immediately of your injury. (A Report of Injury form is usually standard and kept on file and available[...]
Cardinal Law Partners April 1, 2021
Whether an individual drives a regular truck, a semi, or operates another large vehicle, truck drivers need to know about all resources available to them in the event that they are injured on the job. Truck driver injuries range from crashes to falls to pain caused by repetitive motion. If you work as a truck[...]
Cardinal Law Partners March 30, 2021
It may not be enough to simply file a standard workers’ compensation claim if a Third-party caused the injury. If a Third-party caused the injury, there may be the basis for a separate claim for benefits, which may involve a claim for benefits beyond just lost time from work and medical treatment and could include[...]
Cardinal Law Partners March 23, 2021
Back pain affects more than just your back. The kind of pain that results from a back injury can extend outward to the extremities, leading to trouble walking, neck pain, headaches, and so much more. In addition to the obvious pain of back injuries, back pain can impact other areas of life including your career[...]
Cardinal Law Partners March 18, 2021
If you have been injured at your job in North Carolina, it is important to file a workers’ compensation claim. While individuals can fill out accident reports for an employer and attempt to file claims for workers’ compensation benefits on their own, the best course of action is to immediately seek legal advice and/or legal[...]