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Category: Workers' Compensation

After a Work Injury, Do I Have to Use My Vacation and Sick Time?

December 5, 2017
Oxner
I recently spoke with a client who suffered a workplace injury, and they asked me a question that comes up frequently. “My human resources person said that I have to use my vacation and sick time before they will pay me anything. Is that true?” I’m always shocked at how often I hear this question, […]
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My Doctor Has Released Me to Return to Work, but I’m Not Ready!

December 11, 2017
Oxner
Oftentimes, when you’ve been off work due to a workplace injury,  getting the go-ahead from your doctor to return to work is a huge relief. It can be a sign that things are starting to return to normalcy. But what happens if you feel your doctor has made a mistake? What if you don’t feel […]
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What is the North Carolina Industrial Commission and How Does It Affect My Case?

March 21, 2018
Oxner
When it comes to workman’s comp cases, it’s important to know who all of the players are. If you’ve been injured at work, then there’s no doubt that you’ve probably heard of the North Carolina Industrial Commission (often abbreviated to NCIC or sometimes just IC). The NCIC is the government agency that’s in charge of […]
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If I Settle My Case, Do I Have to Quit My Job?

January 12, 2018
Oxner
This is a question that often comes up when clients are dealing with a workers’ compensation case. Many are concerned that they’ll have to add searching for employment to their list of things to worry about while recovering from their injury. While there is no requirement that says you have to quit your job if […]
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Can I Sue My Employer for Negligence?

January 8, 2018
Oxner
We understand that after you’ve been injured on the job, you’ll want to do everything in your power to make that wrong right. And sometimes, simply receiving workers’ compensation for your injury doesn’t feel like enough. However, according to workman’s comp law, you are not allowed to sue your employer for negligence. The only avenue […]
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