When you are injured on the job and are seeking compensation through the workers’ compensation laws, you must have a disability rating in order to do so. In order to receive on going benefits, one must prove they have become permanently disabled as a result of the injury. However, a disability does not always mean […]
What Is A Disability Rating In A Worker’s Compensation Case?
The task of fighting for, being approved and actually receiving your workers’ compensation settlement is daunting enough, but what are you to do when you file taxes? Do you pay taxes on the settlements? Should you be setting money aside to cover that? The answer to your question is no. Workers’ compensation settlements are fully […]
The Rule 2004 Examination is adapted from the civil “discovery” process in a case. It allows debtors, bankruptcy Trustees and any other party in interest in a bankruptcy case to examine “any entity” (meaning whatever part of the bankruptcy and its dealings that they choose) as long as the examination relates to, according to Rule […]
Temporary total disability is a legal term, also known as “TTD”, and is a disability rating assigned in a North Carolina workers compensation case. Temporary total disability (TTD) is assigned when a worker is injured on the job and cannot work for a “temporary” or short term time period. This short time period can be […]
Rental properties can be a great source of income until a renter moves without notice or fails to pay or that rental income starts to be used for your personal household expenses. As situations arise, many people are finding it necessary to file bankruptcy and surrender the extra properties and the mortgages that come along […]