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| Deuterman Law Group, Legislation, Workers' Compensation

N.C. Budget Bill Threatens Rights of Injured Workers

The N.C. General Assembly has until June 30, the end of the fiscal year, to pass a state budget. As the budget vote comes down to the wire, we need you to contact your state legislators TODAY to make sure they don't approve a budget that would jeopardize the rights of injured workers by allowing the governor to fire every workers' compensation judge for no reason! That's exactly what will happen if the state budget passes with a particular provision intact. Section 15.1.6(b) of the budget bill would dramatically change the terms of deputy co ...

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| News Coverage, Resources for Injured People

N.C. veterans can report problems with VA treatment via confidential hotline

Undoubtedly, you have heard news reports about the VA scandal that has sparked a wide-ranging investigation into Department of Veterans' Affairs treatment of veterans seeking health care and benefits. It's a story of substandard care, scheduling nightmares and delayed life-saving medical procedures. And fear -- with VA doctors, patients and many VA workers afraid to speak up for fear of reprisal. In fact, the scandal may not have come to light but for whistleblowers. The N.C. Division of Veterans Affairs has established  a hotline where v ...

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| Deuterman Law Group

Spring 2014 Client Newsletter

Have you received your copy of the Spring 2014 newsletter from the Deuterman Law Group? If you didn't receive a copy in the mail, you can download a printable version of our newsletter by clicking here. In it, you will find articles about our endorsements for the May 6 N.C. primary; the Affordable Care Act; what you can do to protect your ongoing workers' compensation benefits; and tips for sharing the road with cyclists, in tribute to our friend Todd Martinez. We also introduce you to our bilingual staff and attorneys who work with our cl ...

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| Auto, Truck and Motorcycle Accidents, News Coverage, Personal Injury

Tribute to Todd Martinez

I wanted to take a moment today to pay tribute to High Point Firefighter Todd Martinez who died last weekend after a hit-and-run bicycle crash. Anytime I hear of a death like this, I am saddened because accidents like these don't have to happen if only drivers would share the road and give cyclists the respect they deserve. But Martinez was more than a name on the news for us here at Deuterman Law Group. He was one of the first responders who joined us a few years ago in our fight against the bad workers' comp reform bills. He was even featur ...

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| Deuterman Law Group, Resources for Injured People, Upcoming Events

Out of the Garden Food Drive Dropoff Locations

As we told you last week, we are organizing a food drive to benefit the Out of the Garden Project all this month. You can drop off nonperishable food donations to our offices in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. All food will be donated to Out of the Garden to feed hungry Guilford County schoolchildren and their families. The need is great, especially at this time of the year. Our employees have also been working with other organizations and businesses throughout the Triad to set up donation boxes to make it easy for you to donate food to Out of ...

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| Deuterman Law Group, Upcoming Events

Join us for classic holiday movies!

Looking for something festive to do?  We're kicking off the holiday season on Dec. 7 with Christmas at the Carolina, a fun and free event for kids and adults at the Carolina Theatre.  The theater will be screening the Jim Henson classic "Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas" at 10 a.m. Enjoy a free movie, free soft drink and popcorn, visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, sing-along to carols with the theatre's historic pipe organ, PLUS have a chance to win a brand new bicycle. Deuterman Law Group "elves" will be volunteering at this fun event, so ...

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| Deuterman Law Group

Fall Client Newsletter Available

Have you downloaded the new Deuterman Law Group client newsletter? The new issue has articles about our 10th anniversary, how Social Security Disability judges decide if you're disabled, free and low-cost health care options for uninsured people and what to do after an auto accident to protect your health and your legal rights. Be sure to check out our roundup of community news and the profile of our newest attorney, Zach Marquand, who works at our Winston-Salem office. You can access the fall Deuterman Law Group newsletter here. ...

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| Deuterman Law Group, Press Releases

New Winston-Salem Office

The Deuterman Law Group has opened a new office in Winston-Salem to better serve our clients in the western Piedmont Triad. The office is centrally located at 514 S. Stratford Road in the Stratford Oaks office building at the corner of Stratford Road and Knollwood Street. View Larger Map  “As our law firm and our reputation has grown, we have attracted clients beyond our home base in Greensboro,” said firm founder and president Dan Deuterman. “We realize travel can be difficult for many injured people and their families, not to mentio ...

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| Past Events

Dancing for Children’s Miracle Network

Forget “Dancing with the Stars” and “So you Think You Can Dance.” Those shows have nothing on the Deuterman Law dancers who are shaking their booties, dusting off their breakdancing skills and practicing their pliés for their big moment in the spotlight. The Deuterman dancers will be proving their lawyers (and paralegals, too!) have rhythm and heart when they participate in the 24-hour Elonthon dance marathon. The event, scheduled April 12-13 at Elon University, benefitting Duke Children's Hospital in Durham. The annual dance marath ...

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| Deuterman Law Group

Attorney Michael Broome to speak to pre-law students at N.C. A&T

Dueterman Law Group attorney Michael Broome will speak Tuesday at N.C. A&T  to students who are considering law school. The topic of Michael's talk is "Law School Expectations and the Daily Practice of Law." The event is from 4:30-6 p.m. in the NACB auditorium on campus. Michael graduated summa cum laude in 2004 from N.C. A&T with a double major in history and psychology. He was president of the largest organization on campus—the Peer Advising and Leadership Program. He was also involved with a number of other organizations and a ...

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