Workers’ Compensation – Attorney’s Fees – G.S. § 97-90 – Reasonableness – Other PartyHurley v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. G.S. § 97-90(c) gives the Industrial Commission the authority to determine the reasonableness of an attorney’s fee but not to require a defendant to pay a plaintiff’s legal fees.
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Published: August 3, 2012
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Tags: attorney's fees, G.S. § 97-90, Other Party, reasonableness, Workers' Compensation