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  • Product Liability Claims Deadlines- Statutes of Repose and Limitations

    If you have been injured in North Carolina as the result of a defective product and are considering filing a claim or lawsuit, there are certain deadlines you need to keep in mind. Specifically, you need to know about the "statute of limitations" and the "statute of repose." D...

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  • The basics if SSI and SSDI

    Government programs help people in need, but they can be difficult to understand difficult to navigate. Two programs in particular are often confused because their initials are similar: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). In this...

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  • Why was I Denied Social Security Disability?

    Applying for Social Security Disability is a very long, very complicated process. And at some point in the process, most applications are DENIED. It can seem crazywhy does Social Security deny your application when your doctor says you can't work because of your disability? I...

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  • Social Security- What to take with you when you apply

    Outlines the materials that should be with you when you apply for Social Security Disability Benefits David Henson is managing partner at Henson & Fuerst, PA Principal Office of Henson & Fuerst, PA: 2501 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607

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  • Social Security- Application and Approval Process

    Applying for Social Security Disability benefits is a long, complicated, frustrating, and often confusing process. As Social Security lawyers in North Carolina, we are often asked about what happens. How long does it take? What steps are there? Is there a way to improve your c...

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  • Reimbursing Medicare, Medicaid, or other Government Agency in your Personal Injury Case

    If you have Medicare, North Carolina Medicaid, Federal Employees Health Insurance, VA Benefits, or any other government health insurance insurance, then you need to watch this video. Government agencies require repayment of some or all of the money they lay out for your health...

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  • Should I file medical bills from my personal injury case with health insurance?

    One question we get all the time from our personal injury clients is this: Should I submit a claim to my health insurance company even if I have to pay them back later on with my settlement money? The answer is complicated. David Henson, managing partner with HensonFuerst Att...

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  • What is subrogation?

    If you have a personal injury settlement, you may not always get to keep the money you are awarded. In addition to medical provider liens, you also need to be aware of something called "subrogation interests," which is a way your health insurance company may take money out of y...

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  • What is a lien in a personal injury case?

    If you have a settlement in North Carolina for any personal injury from a car wreck, fire, medical malpractice, a defective product or any other personal injury claim, then you need to watch this video. Very briefly: A lien is a claim by a medical provider, doctor, hospital, he...

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  • Cases that involve both workers' compensation and an auto wreck claim? What you should know!

    In some cases, a workers' comp injury results in two legal cases: a typical workers comp case AND a personal injury case. It all depends on who was responsible for your injury. In this video, David Henson of HensonFuerst Law firm, talks about the type of injury that may allow ...

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