Workers’ Comp Recorded Statements
How Should You Handle Requests For Workers’ Comp Recorded Statements?
When you experience a work-related injury on the job, the workers’ comp insurance company will probably ask you to give a recorded statement. In most instances, they may inform you that the purpose of the recorded statement is so they can do a proper investigation to help determine if your injury claim is compensable. The hard reality of this is, they are trying to find a way to deny your workers’ comp claim.
Without a doubt, this is just one of many essential reasons why you should seek out the assistance of a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Attorney. The Attorneys at King Law Firm will review your case information and will diligently assist you with preparing a statement that gives accurate information and your side of the accident. Our attorneys help injured workers every day, and we know and understand North Carolina Workers’ Comp Law.
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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Attorneys Ken and Leah King are Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Lawyers