North Carolina offers generous compensation benefits to the workers, which not only help the workers in their difficult times but also put the burden off their shoulders. The compensation for the workers in this country only becomes available if a worker undergoes some major injury during the job. To begin with this 10-step process, a worker must know that this a program conducted to provide no-fault insurance to the employees, which is why it requires time and patience to finish the process.
It is important to understand and execute these steps accurately because this compensation program is particularly looked over by the commission itself. To get the maximum benefit out of this program, the details provided by you to the company must be authentic and perfectly suited to your situation. Since most of this process requires proper documentation, you must suit yourself to sit with a stack of applications and notices by the time the process reaches its finish line.
To support the medical injury, the worker must have a medical notice beforehand as it is considered to be the asset of the entire insurance program, and one cannot possibly proceed without it. After that, the North Carolina Commission will join in and inform the Commission about the worker’s injury. Now that the injury has been reported, the legal action to claim this insurance program kicks off. Depending on your bills, receipts, recovery, and documentation, the attorney keeps processing your claim. Once the doctor declares whether you fall into the category of Partial disability or total disability, your work is almost done as you reach the last stage where your attorney finalizes a settlement demand to compensate for your injuries.
To understand each step in more detail, view the infographic below, and learn the right way to claim your compensation.
Infographic by: Stewartlawoffices.net