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When You’re Injured at Work, Call King Law Firm!
If you were injured at work, you are probably worried about a vast range of things. When will you be able to get back to work? Who pays for your medical bills? How can you afford to live without your job?
These questions are common, because the process for obtaining Workers’ Compensation is intentionally complicated. Insurance companies and your workplace will try to pay you less than they actually can, because they want to save money. Your employer might pressure you to come back to work before you are fully healed and ready. You need an aggressive lawyer to represent you and help you get the compensation you need to fully recover.
Contact our North Carolina workers’ compensation attorneys at (800) 635-1683 for a free case evaluation for your workers’ compensation claim or appeal.
Don’t Let Your Employer Take Advantage of You
You need somebody who is on your side during your time of recovery. Employers are infamous for trying to take advantage of their workers who are out because of an injury. It is important to know your rights while you file for Workers’ Compensation.
Your rights as a worker who was injured generally are:
Your employer cannot fire you
You have the right to see a doctor other than your company doctor
You still retain your right to privacy, so you cannot be spied on in your home
You do not have to return to work until a doctor says you are ready
The insurance company’s offer is not final until you sign
How To File A Workers’ Compensation Claim In North Carolina
Before you sign anything, call King Law Firm to make sure that you are getting the best deal and maximum compensation in your work injury case.
Does My Injury Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?
Just because your injury occurred at work, doesn’t mean it qualifies for Workers’ Compensation. The injury must meet the following criteria: “An employee who is injured as a result of an on the job accident that arises out of their employment.” There must be an identifiable cause to your injury outside of your normal work routine. Whether or not your injury was caused by an accident is frequently contested in Workers’ Compensation cases, which is why you need a skilled and experienced attorney fighting for you.
Aggressive Representation You Can Trust
We have been practicing Workers’ Compensation law in North Carolina for over 30 years. In that time, we have obtained over $50 million for our clients, many of whom were injured while they were at work. We believe that you deserve to be compensated fairly for your workplace injury and we will fight to make it right.
Have other questions about Workers’ Compensation? Check out our Workers’ Compensation Frequently Asked Questions Page
Discuss your worker’s compensation options with our lawyers during a free case evaluation session. Call (855) 206-0052 to set up your appointment with one of our workers’ compensation attorneys in North Carolina.
Don't Trust Your North Carolina Workers' Compensation Case With Just Any Attorney.
Attorneys Ken and Leah King are Board Certified Workers' Compensation Lawyers
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Having a Registered Law Firm Nurse as Part of Your Legal Team Has Many Benefits.
Not every personal injury law firm employs a registered nurse, but at King Law Firm, our Registered Nurse and Attorney, Caroline Cusick Crawford, is an integral part of our team and a valuable resource for our clients.
What Is the Role of the Law Firm Nurse?
Although our nurse does not treat clients, she is often integral to their physical and legal recovery. Meet our Registered Nurse and Attorney, Caroline Cusick Crawford. Her role as a Registered Nurse includes but is not limited to:
Registered Nurse, and Attorney, Caroline Cusic Crawford