Workers’ Comp Cases Require One of These Two Circumstances

When you’re hurt at work, it can disrupt the progress of the work at hand and your career as a whole. You’re going to need to focus on recovering physically while also making sure your finances are taken care of whether the injury is short-term or long-term. Workers’ compensation will play a key role in keeping your finances on track – as long as one of two circumstances are present. You won’t get paid for just any Read More

Questions about Automobile Insurance in North Carolina

If you own a car in North Carolina, you should understand automobile insurance coverages. The North Carolina Department of Insurance is an excellent source of information on automobile insurance. On the DOI website, you can find information about various types of insurance. Liability Coverage Liability coverage will pay for bodily injury and property damage for which any covered individual becomes legally Read More

Understanding “Reasonable Accommodations”

Disability discrimination is one of the most rampant and unchecked forms of discrimination in today’s society. It’s unfortunate when anyone from any walk of life is discriminated against at no fault of their own. We need to have more conversations about the way employers treat employees who have or develop disabilities. We previously wrote about how the Americans with Disabilities Act protects you at work and one of Read More

Cancer Diagnosis? – FMLA and ADA Protections

A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing event. Fighting cancer is a daunting task. But, every day people face a cancer diagnosis with courage. In the employment context,  the effects of cancer, and cancer treatments like chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery resulting from a cancer diagnosis,  can alter the employment relationship. Fighting to keep a job while fighting cancer? Too often employers are not sympathetic to Read More

Ralph Bryant Law Firm Secures Additional Medicaid Provider Rights

In North Carolina, state law provides Medicaid providers with a pathway to operate within the state, but the regulations providers face can be daunting enough to navigate and cost them their livelihood. State law provides little protection for providers once the state rules against them in a prepayment review. These audits take place when a provider has already provided services and submits a bill to the state for Read More

Understanding Human, Natural, and Civil Rights and Liberties

As one of North Carolina’s most experienced and authoritative civil rights attorneys, Attorney Ralph Bryant Jr. has a passion for defending those rights. We often hear from clients and the public with questions about what a civil right actually is, though. There are two main confusions when it comes to civil rights: the difference between human, natural, and civil rights, and the difference between civil rights and Read More

How Workers Comp and ADA Laws Protect You at Work

Job stability provides peace of mind and financial resources that keep you and your family afloat during the toughest times. That can all come crashing down when accidents happen and you find yourself out of work for an extended period of time. Thankfully, the Workers Compensation and Americans with Disabilities Acts both provide certain protections against being unfairly fired should you need long-term medical care Read More

Medicaid Provider Rights Under Audit

Medicaid providers in North Carolina are providing an integral service to those in need, but sometimes state officials can get in the way of that important work. We commonly see audits used to damage the reputation of good people and businesses doing honest work. North Carolina law requires all Medicaid providers to be subject to the same set of rules and treated equally. The audit process is not supposed to be used Read More

Welcome to our new website!

Dear clients, colleagues, and friends, We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website. Our new site features a monthly blog, a video library, and a free resource available for download - "I Just Suffered a Major Injury. What’s Next?". Take a look around and let us know what you think! Read More

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