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Does Payment of Attendant Care Require a Prescription?

In Thompson v. Int’l Paper Co., the N.C. Court of Appeals addressed whether attendant care prescriptions needed to be provided in writing....more

Where Does a Third Party “Stand” on Liens?

Dion v. William Robert Batten, Sr. (8/2/16) Facts and Procedural History: Plaintiff was employed by Neuwirth as a servicing agent. In the course and scope of his employment with Neuwirth, he was involved in a car...more

A Matter of Known Percentages

When Apportionment of an Injury is Appropriate - Harris v. Southern Commercial Glass and/or Southeastern Installation Inc. (8/16/16) Facts and Procedural History: Plaintiff sustained a compensable back injury...more

How to Determine the Appropriate Rate of Pay for Attendant Care Providers

If you are an adjuster handling attendant care issues in a workers’ compensation claim, you know it can be a challenge to determine the rate of pay for an attendant care provider. The appropriate compensation rate for the...more

Navigating Attendant Care Issues: When Did the Claim Arise?

As a workers’ compensation adjuster, you may occasionally handle cases involving attendant care issues. When you do have a case involving attendant care issues, you will need to mindful of when your claim arose because...more

What Happens When An Employee Is Injured During A Company Event?

These days companies often sponsor athletic events, fundraising events, parties, picnics, retreats and other types of programs for their employees. If an employee is injured at such an event, there is a possibility the...more

Adjusters: Best Practices for Dealing with Liens

In dealing with a workers’ compensation claim, adjusters will want to be sure to be aware of any other entities that may have a lien on money that might be awarded to the injured worker. In North Carolina workers’...more

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