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Workers’ Compensation Tips For Truckers
  • Published: 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 driver and suffer an injury while at work, it is imperative that you are prepared to file for workers’ compensation benefits. Trucker drivers who suffer work-related injuries can file for workers’ compensation in North Carolina on their own, but it may be helpful to hire a legal professional to help with the process. The assistance of a North Carolina Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist may help you recoup the maximum amount of workers’ compensation benefits you may entitled to receive due to your work-related injury.…Read More

How Does Third-party Liability Affect Workers’ Compensation?
  • Published: 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 a claim for pain and suffering and benefits outside those addressed via a North Carolina workers’ compensation claim. Cardinal Law Partners – Attorneys for Your Workers’ Compensation/Third-Party Liability Case It is of utmost importance to us that our clients receive fair and speedy trials. Don’t delay scheduling a free consultation with a qualified attorney from Cardinal Law Partners if you have been injured at work. Your attorney will ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to receive, whether it be your employer and/or…Read More

How Do Back Injuries Affect Your Job?
  • Published: 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 and financial stability. Back Injuries And Work Responsibilities If you have injured your back at work and as a result you are assigned work restrictions, your employer may switch your job duties from your regular work position to something less strenuous in order to accommodate the assigned work restrictions. If your employer does this, you may be entitled to receive Temporary Partial Disability (TPD) benefits, if you are earning less wages in the new position you were asked to perform by your employer. The doctor…Read More

Filing A Workers’ Compensation Claim
  • Published: 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 representation. Something like compensation for medical bills, disability checks due to lost time from work or a reduction in your wages, prescription and mileage reimbursements, and more is not something to leave to chance or attempt to seek on your own without knowing your legal rights and the legal actions you may be able to take in order to receive these benefits. Unfortunately, not all workers’ compensation claims go smoothly. That’s why you need a North Carolina Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist on your side…Read More

Fighting Workers’ Compensation Denials
  • Published: March 16, 2021

Fighting Workers’ Compensation Denials In North Carolina Many individuals who have been injured on the job know the challenges associated with filing a workers’ compensation claim. While most people think that filing a workers’ compensation claim takes care of all costs associated with medical bills, prescriptions, and lost wages, that is unfortunately not always the case. If you have experienced a work-related injury, the best thing to do is to hire a workers’ compensation attorney. The entire workers’ compensation system process is something that many individuals may feel is complicated, confusing and frustrating. Retaining the services of a North Carolina Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist who is experienced in workers’ compensation process is a way to assist you in navigating this process, especially in claims which have been denied by the employer and their insurance company. What To Do If…Read More

Workers’ Compensation & Loss Of Future Income?
  • Published: March 11, 2021

Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Loss Of Future Income? Everyone’s workers’ compensation benefits are unique. Many different factors determine how one will be compensated in the face of a workers’ compensation lawsuit. Some of these factors may be concrete, making them easy to calculate. For example, lost past wages or medical bills are generally straightforward. Other forms of compensation, however, may be less clear or defined, requiring involvement and negotiations with courts and insurance companies. One such element is the risk of losing future income or earning capacity. Each state’s Worker’s Compensation Laws are different. Certain states stipulate that if the employee’s ability to acquire future earnings is affected by a work-related injury, that loss can be addressed through a lost earning capacity claim to benefits. What Is “impairment Of Earning Power”? Also referred to as “lost earning capacity”or “future loss…Read More

Workers’ Compensation And Ssd Benefits?
  • Published: March 9, 2021

Can You Receive Both Workers’ Compensation And Ssd Benefits At The Same Time? Numerous individuals, at one time or another, have received benefits from workers’ compensation. There is also a large population of people receiving SSD (Social Security Disability) benefits. Occasionally, however, individuals may wonder if they can receive both workers’ compensation and SSD Benefits at the same time. This is a common question raised when a workplace injury disables an individual for an extended period of time. Whether this injury is temporary or leads to permanent disability, individuals will likely seek workers’ compensation. Individuals experiencing disabilities, however, also often seek SSD benefits whether or not their injuries are work-related. The question therefore remains as to whether they can receive the two simultaneously. The short answer to the question is yes. Sometimes, however, people are advised that their disability benefits…Read More

A Workers’ Credibility Is Critical In Workers’ Compensation Claims.
  • Published: February 23, 2021

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Is The Amount Of My Disability Check Correct?
  • Published: February 18, 2021

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Challenges For A Truck Driver In Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • Published: February 16, 2021

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