Some state legislators will do just about anything to keep their state looking business friendly. A Utah law that reduces workers’ compensation benefits for workers over 65 that receive social security benefits has been ruled unlawful. In most states, only … Read More
Back injury is a frequent cause of concern among many of our clients. There are just so many ligaments, discs, nerves, muscles and tendons. Let’s face it — if your back hurts, you pretty much hurt all over. We recently … Read More
If you do not have a health plan with an employer and if you are looking at higher premiums because of a pre-existing medical condition, you may qualify for the North Carolina Health Insurance Risk Pool (NCHIRP), commonly called Inclusive … Read More
Does it matter that North Carolina is one of only four states in our country that supports contributory negligence? What kind of legal jargon is that and what does it mean to you and me?
Under current NC law, you … Read More
There’s a bill, co-sponsored by the chairs of the Labor Committees in the New York Senate and Assembly, which is working its way through the legal system that makes sense for permanently totally disabled workers. Bravo to New York for … Read More