Category: Workers’ Compensation

Do You Really Have to Give Your Adjuster Your Medical Records for the Last Ten Years?

February 5, 2018
We know. We get it — and we agree with you. It’s absolutely ridiculous that the adjuster would demand this of you. Not only is it a huge pain, but it’s a huge invasion of your privacy. Nevertheless, the Industrial Commission routinely allows for this to happen. The question is why do you need to […]
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What is a Mediation Exactly and Why Does It Matter?

February 13, 2018
If you’re dealing with a workers’ comp case, it’s possible that you might have to have a mediation. But what is a mediation exactly? Why is it important in your workers’ compensation claim? Read on for more information about the benefits of having a mediator and how they can help you get the settlement you […]
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Can the Insurance Company Use My Social Media Accounts as Evidence?

January 16, 2018
After you’re injured at work, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not a photo you post on social media is going to damage your case. Unfortunately, that’s the world we live in. Defense attorneys know that most of us share every aspect of our lives online, so they will absolutely […]
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Be Careful! Your Workers Comp Case Can Be Discredited!

November 9, 2018
Every day, we hear stories about workers’ compensation claims being denied. Some cases seem legitimate, while others seem entirely bogus. The bottom line is it is totally possible that your workers comp case can be discredited. Regarding workers’ comp claims, it pays to be careful. There are many reasons a claim might get rejected, but […]
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What is the North Carolina Industrial Commission and Is It Really Important to A Workers Comp Claim?

March 21, 2018
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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