not to settle my current claim if I renew my WC policy w/ them now that it's up for renewal. They no longer want to insure my company. Can't find another carrier because of my open claim. My attorney doesn't seem to know the answer.
While I would not be comfortable directly answering your question while you have legal counsel, I will suggest you contact NC Department of Insurance 1-855-408-1212; www.ncdoi.gov for a response to the obvious conflicts of interest here.
NC law requires injured workers be given reasonable and necessary medical care. Our law also gives WC insurance companies the right to control medical treatment as long as they recognize the WC claim. Future medical treatment can be claimed for two (2) years after the last payment of weekly wage...Read more »
You should speak with an experienced Workers' Compensation lawyer before making any recorded statement. NC law does not automatically recognize and accept injuries just because they happen at work. The law also requires an accident or very specific occupational disease (not applicable to a...Read more »
I'm sorry forms 18 and 19 were filled out properly by both employee and employer ..my question is regarding the initial accident/injury report (employer form to be filled out by employee) this form was filled out by the employer NOT employee as it states on the top if the form after it was... Read more »
While signing the employee's name on a form that was not authorized by him/her is fraudulent, I don't know of any specific legal penalties you could gain from a false private internal company document. You certainly could use the unauthorized document as evidence of lack of employer...Read more »
The injury report was not written or even seen by me until 9 months later and denial from insurance to cover my injury.. my signature was not obtained and the employer did not write correctly what happened or even go over the details of the accident/injury with me. but employer submitted it to... Read more »
The NC Court that handles workers' compensation (WC) cases has specific forms for both employees (Form 18) and employers (Form 19) to fill out within thirty (30) days of a work accident. However, the Court will consider employee injury reports as old as two (2) years from the accident...Read more »
I was denied wirkmen compensation for a third claim. Was never notofied by workmen comp the claim was denied . Insteaf I was forced into mediation relsasing thevworkmen comp insurance of all clailms. I was nevet sent a demial of claim in wtiting.
In NC, you can always request a hearing before the Industrial Commission (Workers' Compensation Court) on any disputes. Insurance companies are supposed to promptly respond with written answer to any WC notice of accidents, but are rarely penalized for failure to do so. Disputed claims are...Read more »
Your Mom should not lose her Social Security (SS) Retirement due to remarriage. Even if she is drawing Widow's Benefits on her deceased husband's account, her remarriage should not affect her SS retirement since the remarriage is only relevant for marriages before age 60....Read more »
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