Disability Retirement Benefits
Check out this video about disability retirement benefits if you are unable to return to work. If you’re seeking justice in North Carolina, call our office today.
Could I also be entitled to disability retirement benefits if I’m unable to return to work after a work-related injury?
Just the other day, an older person that had been injured on the job in North Carolina called my office and wanted to know if they were entitled to their retirement benefits, in addition to continuing to receive their workers’ compensation benefits from where they had been injured on the job. In fact, the injuries on the job were the very reason that they went ahead and retired. Under North Carolina law, you are entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits and your retirement benefits, but you have to be careful that your employer will not attempt to use the situation to make you settle your workmen’s comp case for too little money or use it to try to cut your workers’ compensation benefits out. If you’re a state employee, there’s also special considerations that have to be developed and negotiated.
All of this is very complicated. The best thing that you can do is contact an experienced Richmond County, NC workers’ compensation attorney. Contact our office. Let us review your case. Let us review the specific facts of your case and assist you so that we can try to get you to have the best of both worlds while it’s all legal. Call our office and let us fight for you.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured at work in North Carolina and have questions about disability retirement benefits? Contact experienced Richmond County, NC worker’ compensation lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
We will fight for you and your family.
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