North Carolina Personal Injury: Brain Injuries and Post-Concussive Disorder
Mar 25, 2018 by epfaff
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Depending on your disability classification, you may elect to receive weekly benefit payments and/or a lump sum payment for your impairment. If you are receiving weekly disability benefits and are seeking an attorney to represent you with respect to your workers’ compensation claim, you should always ask how the attorney’s fees will be paid when you receive your benefits. Some attorneys request to obtain every fourth check of their clients’ weekly benefit payments, even if their client is already receiving disability benefits before they walk in the attorney’s door.
At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, we understand how essential weekly payments are for our clients who are seeking to make ends meet while being out of work. We do not seek or obtain attorney fees from weekly benefit payments that have initiated in workers’ compensation claims in which liability has been accepted by the employer or insurer. This makes a substantial difference for our clients in meeting their financial obligations when they are otherwise without wages.
For more than 50 combined years, our firm’s Charlotte disability benefits attorneys have focused on advising and educating clients. We focus on helping clients make informed decisions in an effort to maximize their potential to recover benefits. Contact our law firm today to meet with a highly skilled workers’ compensation disability benefits attorney. We have the experience, understanding and dedication to preserve your best interests in negotiations, mediations and hearings before the Industrial Commission.
After visiting your doctor following a workplace injury, you can expect one of these outcomes:
If your doctor recommends that you stop working, you will be designated as having a temporary disability. You will also likely be considered temporarily disabled in the event you are given work restrictions that limit your ability to perform your job. You would be eligible for monetary benefits based on your classification, such as:
Nuances that determine which disability classification you fall under can make thousands of dollars of difference in the workers’ compensation benefits you receive. The level of your benefits can also be affected by:
Our top priority is to protect your rights as an injured worker. We will apply our years of experience and legal skills to help you navigate through the North Carolina workers’ compensation maze.
Whether you have a temporary or a total disability, talk to one of our workers’ compensation lawyers and learn how we can help you obtain the benefits you are entitled to receive through North Carolina’s workers’ compensation system. Contact our law firm online or call 844-452-3688 to schedule a consultation with a highly skilled Charlotte workers’ compensation lawyer.