Practice Area Workers’ Compensation

North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Laws provide for benefits to be paid to workers who are injured as a result of a work related accident, suffer a specific traumatic event, suffer from an occupational disease or to the beneficiaries of someone whose death is a result of a work related incident. There are other variations to this list and you should discuss your situation with an attorney before deciding you do not meet the criteria of an injured employee. Knowing your rights is the key to recovering valuable benefits. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of these cases over the past twenty-five years and are here to provide you with a free consultation to help you better understand your rights and to provide legal representation to those who need it. There is no attorney fee unless you recover. Seeking the advice of an experienced attorney will cost you nothing, but failing to find out your rights before proceeding could cost you everything.

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