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  • 2 days ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    Congratulations to one of our personal injury clients. After she underwent medical treatment and finally recovered from a painful car accident, Volkov Law Firm, PLLC reached a settlement on her behalf. She is happy and thankful to receive the compensation she is entitled to and we want to thank her for her trust and wish her the best in all of her future endeavours.  Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that each case is different from one to another. Our client has given her authorization for the publication of the above information.
    Congratulations to one of our personal injury clients. After she under
  • 2 weeks ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    Wishing all our Facebook friends and family a blessed 2018!!!
    May you always be surrounded by hope, peace, health, happiness and prosperity.
    Wishing all our Facebook friends and family a blessed 2018!!!May you
  • 7 weeks ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    VAWA, por sus siglas en Ingles: Violence Against Women Act. "Las disposiciones de VAWA en el INA, permiten a ciertos cónyuges, hijos y padres de ciudadanos estadounidenses y ciertos cónyuges e hijos de residentes permanentes (green card/tarjeta verde) presentar una petición ellos solos, sin el conocimiento del abusador. Esto permite que las víctimas busquen la seguridad y la independencia de su agresor, quien no es notificado acerca de la petición".
    "The VAWA provisions in the INA (Immigration National Act) allow certain spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition for themselves, without the abuser's knowledge. This allows victims to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing."  SI USTED ES VÍCTIMA DE VIOLENCIA DOMÉSTICA - según sus circunstancias – USTED PODRÍA CALIFICAR PARA VAWA.
    VAWA le permitiría permanecer legalmente en Estados Unidos.
    ***Usted no necesita la cooperación de su cónyuge para aplicar. TO QUALIFY YOU MUST SHOW:
    • marriage to an american citizen or legal resident,
    • good faith marriage,
    • that you lived with your spouse in USA,
    • that you have been subjected to - extreme physical or mental abuse - by your spouse, and
    • that you have good moral character. PARA CALIFICAR USTED DEBE DEMOSTRAR:
    • matrimonio con un ciudadano(a) estadounidense o residente legal,
    • que el matrimonio se realizó de buena fe,
    • que vivió con su cónyuge en USA,
    • que ha sido sometido(a) a - abuso extremo físico o mental - por su cónyuge, y
    • que tiene buen carácter moral. Para una CONSULTA GRATIS Y CONFIDENCIAL, llámanos al 336-271-4970 o al 336-609-3400.
  • 8 weeks ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    🏵️🍂🍁Thank you, 🏵️🍂🍁for our families and for friends. They deepen our senses and add value to our experiences. 🏵️🍂🍁 We are grateful for our clients and any opportunity to make a difference this year. 🏵️🍂🍁 🏵️🍂🍁Thank you for being there! 🙏🍁🍂
  • 17 weeks ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    DACA - Aviso a la comunidad - English and Spanish If you need to renew DACA between September 5, 2017 and March 5, 2018 YOU CAN STILL DO IT! Make sure that the Department of Homeland Security receives your application BEFORE October 5, 2017.
    Si necesitas renovar DACA entre Septiembre 5, 2017 y Marzo 5, 2018 AUN PUEDES HACERLO! Asegúrate que el Departamento de “Homeland Security“ reciba tu solicitud ANTES de Octubre 5, 2017.  Initial applications for DACA are no longer accepted.
    Aplicaciones iniciales para DACA, ya no son aceptadas. Carry your DACA documents with you at all times.
    Lleva contigo tus documentos de DACA en todo momento. Para más información: https://www.uscis.go.../renovar-su-daca
    Renovar su DACA
  • 21 weeks ago by Volkov Law Firm, PLLC

    Volkov Law Firm, PLLC
    If you are an injured worker, you might be entitled to different types of benefits depending on your medical status. It is beneficial to have an experienced attorney working with you to obtain all the benefits you are entitled to receive by law. TTD - Temporary Total Disability
    If as result of your work injury, your doctor has taken you out of work for more than seven days, you are entitled to weekly TTD benefits. Compensation rate is based on your average weekly wages. You should receive 2/3 of your gross average weekly wages at the time of your work injury. TTD benefits should continue as long as your doctor keeps you out of work as a result of your work injury.
    If due to your medical status you need to remain out of work for more than 21 days, the carrier will be responsible to issue retroactive TTD benefits for the first seven days you were disabled. These 21 disability days do not have to be consecutive but you will need to have a doctor’s note stating that you were unable to work as result of your work injury.  TPD - Temporary Partial Disability
    You might be entitled to receive TPD benefits if you are released by your doctor to return to work, and find yourself unable to earn as much money as you earned prior to the accident because of your medical condition. If this happens, then you could receive weekly benefits that will compensate the difference on your wages. The amount would be 2/3 of the difference between your average weekly wages pre-work injury and your average weekly wages post-injury. The law indicates that you can receive TPD benefits for 500 weeks following the date of your work-related injury or occupational disease. The TPD benefits will be accumulative in the number of weeks paid and will be deducted from your $500 week maximum. PTD - Permanent Total Disability
    You are entitled to PTD benefits if you have sustained a work injury that has caused permanent disability that will prevent you from working at all. In this situation, you would be entitled to receive weekly PTD benefits based on 2/3 of your average weekly wages at the time of the work injury or occupational disease for the rest of your life. PPD - Permanent Partial Disability
    Your treating physician will determine if you have a permanent impairment resulting from your work injury and if so, you will be entitled to monetary compensation based on the percentage of disability to the body part you injured in the work accident. The North Carolina Industrial Commission has a formula that is used to determine the amount of your compensation, it is calculated by multiplying the percentage of disability assigned by your doctor by the number of weeks of compensation allowed for that body part under North Carolina law. For a free consultation regarding workers compensation benefits call us at 336-609-3400.

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Volkov Law Firm is a Greensboro law firm representing clients throughout North Carolina including: Greensboro, Charlotte, Durham, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, Asheboro, High Point, Lexington and surrounding areas. We also serve the following counties in North Carolina: Guilford County, Forsyth County, Alamance County, Davidson County, Randolph County, Chatham County, and Rockingham County.

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301 S. Greene St, Suite 200
Greensboro, NC 27401