Extended Compensation Under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act

Extended Compensation Under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act:  Lessons from the Industrial Commission’s Early Decisions Richard T. Granowsky NC Board Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law Hill Evans Jordan & Beatty, PLLC, November 3, 2021   Introduction The 2011 amendments to the NC Workers’ Compensation Act (“the Act”) created a 500-week cap on temporary…

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Small Employers Beware: Employee Misclassification and Increased Identification and Prosecution of Non-Insured Employers by the North Carolina Industrial Commission

by: Richard T. Granowsky, J.D. August 11, 2017 Three is a magic number in NC Workers’ Compensation. For most businesses, three is the number of employees that means you need to buy and maintain workers’ compensation insurance. Unfortunately, it is not always clear who counts as an employee under the NC Workers’ Compensation Act (“the…

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When is it Critical to Talk to a North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Specialist?

Most attorneys that represent injured workers will provide a free, no obligation consultation. Look for North Carolina attorneys who are Board Certified Specialists in Workers’ Compensation Law to ensure your lawyer is experienced and knowledgeable. We are knowledgeable, experienced and successful workers’ compensation lawyers. Our team is led by Richard Granowsky. He is a North…

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