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Industrial Commission No Longer to Allow Carriers to Directly File Motions and Responses (Form 24s, 23 Responses, etc.)

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Meredith Henderson, the North Carolina Industrial Commission’s Executive Secretary, has announced that beginning Monday, September 18, 2017, the Commission will no longer accept Motions or Motion Responses filed by adjusters.  The Commission, in conjunction with the North Carolina State Bar, has deemed filing Motions and Responses to be the unlicensed practice of law, in violation […]

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Guide to New NCIC Filing Rules

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Starting Monday, February 1, 2016, the NC Industrial Commission is requiring electronic submission of documents for filing.  We’ve created a handy reference tool which identifies the specific Forms and documents which must be filed through the Electronic Document Filing Portal (EDFP) (such as Forms 24 and 26A); those which must be filed via e-mail to […]

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Is There a Form for That?

In North Carolina, there are multiple forms a workers’ compensation claims adjuster (adjuster) must use, and it can be confusing to determine what forms should be filed, and when they should be filed, with the North Carolina Industrial Commission (NCIC).

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How to Avoid Pitfalls When Filing Your Form 24 Application

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The fourth and final part of this four part blog series will provide a roundup of best tips and strategies for preparing a successful Form 24 Application by addressing common pitfalls to identify and avoid including: (1) Failure to submit adequate information/documentation; (2) Failure to respond to or refute information/assertions/documentation put forth by the injured employee; and (3) Filing Form 24 Applications on improper grounds.

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When is Filing a Form 24 Application Proper?

When to File Form 24 Application Workers Comp CSH Law

The second blog of a four part blog series covers When filing a Form 24 application is appropriate. This blog post will address specific situations involving return to work, compliance, and the catch-all “miscellaneous” scenarios. There are instances when it is appropriate to terminate TTD benefits without Industrial Commission approval and those are covered in the first blog post in this series.

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Save Money with a Successful Form 24 Strategy

Save Money Successful Form 24 Strategy CSH Law

This is the first post of a four-part blog series that will discuss tips and strategies to give employers the best chance of prevailing on Form 24 Applications, and as a result, saving their companies money. These tips and strategies are broken down into the following posts: Part 1 – Terminating TTD Benefits WITHOUT First Obtaining Permission From the North Carolina Industrial Commission (this post). Part 2 – When Is Filing a Form 24 Application Appropriate? Part 3 – How to Successfully Prepare a Form 24 Application. Part 4 – Recognizing – and Avoiding – Common Pitfalls to Winning a Form 24 Application.

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