Workers’ Compensation

New Rules Governing Patient Care & Pain Management for Workers’ Compensation Patients

Richard Granowsky a workers’ compensation lawyer in Greensboro representing clients across North Carolina who are managing pain from work-related injuries and illnesses. Concerned about the potential impact of new rules proposed by the Industrial Commission directed at the prescription of pain management medications to workers’ compensation patients he prepared an article designed to present 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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Workers’ Compensation Settlement Agreements

North Carolina workers who are injured on the job may be pressured by their employer to sign a quick settlement. While the majority of workers’ compensation claims are ultimately resolved by a settlement, it is important to speak to an experienced North Carolina workers’ compensation attorney before signing off on a proposed settlement. The decision…

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Contested Matters: Workers’ Compensation Hearings & Motions

If you have been injured on the job or been diagnosed with an occupational disease, you have a right to receive compensation and benefits under North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act. However, the workers’ compensation system in North Carolina can be stressful, and without an experienced attorney on your side, you may not obtain the maximum…

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Your Care and Compensation Under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act

North Carolina workers that have been injured on the job or have developed an occupational disease may be entitled to medical care under the North Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Act. They may also be entitled to monetary compensation for the loss of wages caused by injury or disease. Unfortunately, North Carolina employers may not always explain these…

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What to Expect From the Workers’ Compensation Process

Work with our lawyers. We provide clarity now so that you can plan your future. After a workplace injury or the diagnosis of an occupational disease, your workers’ compensation claim will be investigated by your employer and their insurance carrier or third-party administrator. You must report your claim to your employer as soon as possible…

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