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WHEN SHOULD I SETTLE MY WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM IN NORTH CAROLINA?
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Often times, when you’re collecting workers’ compensation benefits, your employers insurance company will typically propose the idea of reaching a settlement – something that is commonly referred to as a “clincher”. The objective of this is to resolve your workers’ compensation claim with one, single, lump-sum payment or a small number of regularly scheduled payments.
If and when your employers insurance company reaches out to you, with this proposal, it is best to reach out to the incredible team of attorneys at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban. We’ve been down this road before, and our attorneys have the knowledge to guide you and your family through this process, making sure the best possible conclusion is reached.
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What Should I Consider Before Negotiating My Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Before you decide what to do with your workers’ compensation settlement, it’s important to consider several underlying factors that may affect your settlement, such as:
- Has the full extent of my injury been discovered?
- Will workers’ compensation have a negative effect on other benefits I recieve?
- What is the total amount that all of my benefits will be over the span of my claim?
Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban are Ready to Help You With Workers’ Compensation Today!
Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban will proudly represent any individuals that have been involved in a personal injury matter, all across the Carolinas and Virginia. Call us toll free today at (855) 435-7247, or contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban online to schedule your free consultation. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that until your case is resolved, and you’ve received your financial compensation, you don’t have to pay legal fees.