Injury By Accident

Injury By Accident – North Carolina Workers’ Comp. Workers’ compensation claims can happen in a few ways. Injury By accident or Occupational Disease.

Injury by accident might easy to understand, but in reality, it is far more complicated than it sounds. Often, with work-related injuries, there’s no doubt that the employee was injured while on the job. These obvious injuries often occur when an employee falls off of a ladder, has a slip and falls or is injured by a piece of machinery or equipment. Back injuries are often where the work injury claims can fall into a gray area. Often back injuries go unreported because the injured worker doesn’t think the injury is serious. During a workday, they may bend over to pick up a tool or piece of equipment and, in the process, injure their back. Most of the time, the injured worker does not report the back injury and goes home.  Unfortunately, often these injuries lead to a disabling injury, which prevents that worker from returning to work. From this point, the manner in which the claim is reported, the statements that are made,  and the steps that are taken are critical in determining whether or not the injured worker is going to receive workers’ compensation benefits.

This is why it is crucial to have a board-certified workers’ compensation attorney assisting you with your case.  King Law Firm has helped thousands of injured workers in North Carolina for over 30 years.  Our experienced attorneys can help you navigate your workers’ comp case through the complicated legal system in an efficient timely manner. 


If you have questions about a workers’ compensation case, call King Law Firm and schedule an appointment with a Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation Lawyer at (800) 635-1683

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Jacksonville Office
112 Old Bridge Street
Jacksonville, NC 28540
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Wilmington Office
1135 Military Cutoff Rd, Suite 203
Wilmington, NC 28405
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Greenville Office
1035 Director Ct,
Suite A,
Greenville, NC 27834
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Raleigh Office
4030 Wake Forest Rd
Suite 210,
Raleigh, NC 27609
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Fayetteville Office
4200 Morganton Road
Suite 200-6
Fayetteville, NC 28314
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Rocky Mount Office
3186 Zebulon, Dr.
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
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Elizabeth City Office
1800 West City Drive
Suite A
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
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New Bern Office
790 Cardinal Road
Suite 6
New Bern, NC 28562
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Pinehurst Office
4200 Morganton Road
Suite 200-6
Fayetteville, NC 28314
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