Accidents and injuries happen every day to workers, whether it’s at the workplace, at an offsite jobsite, or, in some cases, even at home.  It can be frustrating and even devastating when it happens to you and threatens your livelihood. Not only do you have to deal with the stress and pain of your physical recovery, you also have to navigate the financial side of your injury, like how you’ll pay for the medical treatment you need today as well as the treatment you might need in the future.  And on top of all that, you only have one chance to get it right. You’ll need a good North Carolina workers’ compensation lawyer.

Good Lawyers can:

  • Thoroughly investigate your accident

  • Explain your options

  • Guide you through the claims process

  • Negotiate with your employer and its insurance carrier

  • File a claim with the Industrial Commission and any necessary appeals

  • Above all else, fight for you

We get it.  And we can help.  Under North Carolina law, if you were hurt in a workplace accident, you may be entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits for your injuries and disability.  Our skilled workers compensation lawyers have experience representing and defending the same insurance companies you’ll be up against and use that experience to help clients like you.  When it comes to your livelihood, no case is too small; if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.


Types of Workplace Injuries You May Be Involved In

Injuries at work include more than just regular aches and pains.  Some of the most common types of property accident cases we see are:

  • Dangerous machinery accidents

  • Construction site accidents

  • Repetitive stress injuries

  • Traveling employees and vehicle accidents

  • Faulty safety equipment and training

  • Falling objects accidents

  • Lifting, pulling, and straining injuries

Types of Injuries You May Suffer From

Workplace accidents can cause minor and serious injuries bodily injuries to everyone involved.  Some of the most common types of injuries we see in our cases are:

  • Back and spine injuries

  • Neck injuries

  • Brain injuries

  • Sprained and bruised knees, ankles, wrists, hips, and shoulders

  • Broken bones

  • Fire, electrocution, and burns

  • Eye injuries

  • Hearing loss

  • Amputations

  • Drownings

  • Chest and abdominal injuries

  • Anxiety and psychological injuries

  • Occupational diseases, including chemical poisoning and certain cancers

Types of Damages You Could Recover

The injuries you suffered in your workplace injury may entitle you to monetary payments and compensation.  Some of the most common types of damages recovered in our cases are:

  • Medical bills paid/reimbursed

  • Future medical expenses

  • Lost wages and income for time you missed at work

  • Permanent disability, scarring, or disfigurement

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Legal guides

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