As of Monday, September 18, 2017 the North Carolina Industrial Commission will no longer allow adjusters to file or respond to the below documents, as the North Carolina State Bar has determined that it constitutes the unlicensed practice of law. Therefore, if you wish to file or respond to any of the below documents, an attorney will have to be retained in order to do so:
- Form 24 Application to Terminate or Suspend Benefits
- Motion to Compel Cooperation with Medical Treatment or Vocational Rehabilitation
- Response to Form 23 Application to Reinstate Benefits
- Response to Form 18M, Form 28U
- Response to any Motions filed by Plaintiff or Plaintiff’s Attorney, including a Motion to Compel Medical Treatment, Motion to Compel Rule 607 or Discovery Responses, Motion to Compel Second Opinion.
Please contact any of our workers’ compensation attorneys if you have any questions.