5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Workers Compensation Claim
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If you were hurt at work, it is essential that you understand the statue of limitations for workers’ comp. If you were hurt in North Carolina, call today.
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The other day, someone called me who had been hurt six months ago, but they thought that their employer had filed their claim. They had reported the injury, and the employer led them to believe by their actions and maybe even by their words that their claim had been reported. They came to see me because they began to sense that something just wasn’t right and that their employer was beginning to treat them differently. The company doctor was talking about releasing them, and the employer was acting like they weren’t going to be able to come back to work. When you’re in that situation, what you need to do is to immediately contact an experienced Richmond County, NC attorney. You were supposed to have filed a written notice of your injury within 30 days, but your employer led you to believe that they were going to take care of everything. An experienced Richmond County, NC attorney will know what steps to take to give the proper notice based on the circumstances and to prevent the employer from ambushing you or pulling the wool over your eyes and taking advantage of the fact that you trusted your employer when they were leading you to believe that they were taking care of everything. It’s a good thing that person called me within six months because you only have two years to bring a workers’ compensation claim, or your claim’s barred forever. If you’re in this situation, contact an experienced Richmond County, NC workers’ compensation attorney right away so that we can begin to rectify the problem and get the notice issue resolved. Our office will be glad to help you. Just give us a call.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured at work in North Carolina and have questions about the statute of limitations for worker’s comp? Contact experienced Richmond County, NC worker’ compensation lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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