Charlotte Workers' Compensation Attorney
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Long do I have to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in North Carolina
In North Carolina, the statute of limitations for workers’ compensation claims is two years, meaning that workers have two years from the date of their injury to file for compensation.
Will I Be Covered by Workers’ Comp?
Generally, you can rely on two main factors to determine whether your injuries qualify for coverage: first, if you’re an employee, and second, if your injury occurred as a result of your employment. However, there are many other factors that insurance companies and employers take into consideration, and they may deny your claim if, for example, you were intoxicated at work when you were injured, or if you’re in a profession that isn’t covered by the workers’ comp system. It’s important to hire a workers’ comp attorney who can assess your situation and determine whether you have a right to benefits.
What Benefits Are Available Under Workers Compensation?
When you receive workers’ compensation benefits, you can have your medical bills covered, including the costs of all office visits, treatments, hospital stays, and procedure-like surgeries. You can also receive your regular pay to make up for lost wages, as well as temporary or permanent disability payments. After a loved one dies on the job, their surviving family members can receive death benefits, including a stipend for funeral expenses.
Why Do I Need a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?
Though your eligibility for workers’ comp benefits may seem clear-cut, there are countless claims that are denied by employers and insurance companies for various reasons. Insurance companies often try to undermine or reject claims in an effort to save money, and they do this by looking for any lack of evidence that your injuries are work-related. By having an attorney who can gather the evidence you need to support your claim, you can make sure you receive the benefits you deserve to heal.
Learn more about Workers’ Compensation via our Frequently Asked Questions video library. We cover various topics such as:
- What Is Workers’ Compensation?
- Are My Workers’ Compensation Benefits Taxable?
- Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
- Can You Sue Your Employer If You Have Been Hurt?
- How Do You Get Paid For Your Time Off of Work?
- How Is A Permanent Injury Valued?
- What Benefits Am I Entitled To?
- What Do I Do If My Claim Was Denied?
- What Is The Industrial Commission?
- Who Gets To Choose My Doctor?
- Who Pays My Medical Bills?