Amy Berry spoke last week at the North Carolina Industrial Commission’s 13th Annual Education Conference. This three-day affair was attended by hundred of workers’ compensation adjusters, doctors, rehabilitation professionals, and attorneys. Amy spoke about recent North Carolina Court of Appeals … Read More
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The short answer: No more than 25% of the benefits which the attorney gets for you. We never do that.
The long answer: Some attorneys are demanding 25% of an injured worker’s checks from the moment he walks in their … Read More
I often remark that I don’t understand some of the rulings from the Industrial Commission. Here’s an example of one I saw recently.The attorney for the insurance company, GAB Robbins, arranged for my client to be seen for an Independent … Read More
I’ve got a list:
- Insurance company adjusters who take advantage of an injured workers’ unfamiliarity with the law.
- When the Industrial Commission rules against an injured worker on a technicality (I believe a tie always goes to an injured worker).