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Greenville, North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Workers’ Compensation and Lost Wages

Lost wages are a common effect of a workplace injury. Often, if an injury is severe enough, it will result in the employee being unable to work for a certain period of time. Workers’ Compensation laws allow for compensation for this wage loss, in the amount of 2/3 of your normal pay rate. This compensation is tax free and is to be paid weekly.

If you have been injured and are unable to work, Greenville Workers’ Compensation attorney Timothy E. Burch may be able to help you secure wage replacement benefits from your employer’s insurance company so you can continue to pay your bills and pay for living expenses while you are unable to work. Attorney Burch is qualified and experienced in dealing with all parties involved in a Workers’ Comp claim, including your employer, your medical provider, your employer’s insurance company, and the North Carolina Industrial Commission.

By coordinating with all necessary parties and by ensuring your claim and paperwork are entirely in order, Workers’ Compensation lawyer Tim Burch can help you obtain wage replacement as quickly as possible, and in the highest amount possible. Attorney Burch can also help you obtain medical benefits to pay for all medical expenses related to your workplace injury.

Wage Replacement & Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina

Under North Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Act, when an employer admits the employee’s right to compensation for his or her injury, the employer then has 14 days to begin payment for wage loss and medical expenses. The payment amount for wage replacement is typically 2/3 of the employee’s regular pay and is tax free. If your employer wishes to contest this amount to deny payment for your Workers’ Compensation Claim, they have 14 days to inform the Industrial Commission.

At Burch Law Office, we help workers throughout Eastern North Carolina, including Greenville, Kinston, Williamston, Washington and Snow Hill. We are committed to providing you with excellent service and dedicated representation that will get you maximum compensation for the wage loss you have suffered as a result of your injury or disability.

Contact Greenville Workers’ Compensation lawyer Timothy E. Burch today!

Burch Law Office - 313 South Evans Street, Greenville, NC 27858
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Burch Law Office - Greenville Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Located at 313 South Evans Street Greenville, NC 27858. View Map
Phone: (866) 291-1822 | Local Phone: (252) 830-5291.
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