Workers’ Comp Attorney in Winston-Salem,
Greensboro, and Raleigh, NC
North Carolina’s workers’ compensation laws are complicated. Insurance adjusters and employers understand compensation laws and know how to use them to get favorable results, but injured employees and their families don’t. Chances are high that you could make costly mistakes that would negatively impact your case. Our workers’ compensation attorneys in Winston-Salem and Greensboro, NC, can be your best resource during this stressful, traumatic time.
Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance coverage that provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees who are injured or disabled, and to families of those who suffer loss of life while doing their work.
Workers’ compensation statutes make sure that employees who are injured or disabled on the job don’t have to cover medical bills related to the injury, and that they receive money to cover any loss of wages and compensation for any permanent damage.
The worker receives guaranteed reparation by agreeing to give up any further legal action. Because of this agreement, it is most important to make sure the final settlement is as fair to the employee as possible, since it will be the only compensation available.
The system is administered on a state-by-state basis under the oversight of a state governing board. In North Carolina, administration of the workers’ compensation system is handled by the North Carolina Industrial Commission.
- Report your injury to your employer immediately and seek appropriate medical treatment.
- Tell your health care provider that your injury is related to your work so he or she can initiate the workers’ compensation claim.
- Within 30 days, provide a written statement to your employer with the date of the incident and a brief description of the injury.
- Follow your doctor’s instructions for medical treatment without deviation to ensure a return to the best physical condition possible.
As soon as you are able after the incident, contact one of our Greensboro, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem, NC workers’ compensation attorneys for a free case evaluation. Leverage our firm’s legal experience protecting the rights of injured employees in workers’ compensation cases in Greensboro, NC, Winston-Salem and surrounding areas in Forsyth County. Let us fight for your workers' comp rights too!
No matter the cause or extent of the injury, even including the wrongful death of a loved one, our workers' compensation attorney will obtain the very best settlement for you and your family.
An additional benefit is our significantly reduced rates. Other lawyer’s fees average 33 percent of the final settlement. Our rate is only 25 percent for comprehensive knowledge and vast experience you can count on during a painful and stressful time. All workers’ compensation cases are accepted on a contingency basis, which means you won’t be charged until we win your case.
You can count on us to be honest, caring and always available. We will keep you updated on the progress of your workers’ compensation case and will always answer your questions and address your concerns.
You will be able to focus all your energy on getting well and returning to good health without having to worry about legal terms, tricky loopholes or complicated forms. Let us help youin Greensboro, NC, Winston-Salem, and surrounding areas!
Contact us by phone, at 336-354-1040 or through the “Contact Us” tab at this website. We offer workers’ compensation services for Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Raleigh, and surrounding areas.
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