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Every year, there are thousands of workers across the United States who are injured in workplace accidents and unable to work, some permanently.
When accidents happen at the workplace, the injured person and their families are the ones who suffer. Many times the employer and insurance companies delay paying workers comp claims by utilizing loopholes in the system.
If you’ve been injured on the job, you don’t have to face this alone. A Wilmington workers’ compensation lawyer can help injured workers chances of filing a successful claim.
Also, if their claim is denied a personal injury attorney can help a worker with the appeals process
Common Types of Workplace Injuries
North Carolina records thousands of workplace accidents and injuries every year. In the state of North Carolina, workplace accidents and injuries happen to workers almost every day of the year.
Workplace injuries can range from minor contusions and bruises to severe injuries that require long-term medical care. Some of the most common workplace-related injuries include:
• Slip and fall accidents
• Auto accidents
• Heavy machinery accidents
• Exposure to hazardous materials and toxins
• Electrical accidents (Electrocutions)
• Equipment malfunctions
• Scaffold collapses
• Lifting injuries
• Construction accidents
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Attorneys Ken and Leah King are Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Work-Related Accidents Happen In Every Work-Place
Work-related accidents and injuries happen in almost any work-place environment, from retail stores to construction sites and hospitals. Any of the above injuries can be severe or even result in death, regardless of the working environment.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2016 there were 174 workplace fatalities in North Carolina.
Any person who has been injured while at the workplace should immediately contact a Wilmington Workers’ Compensation Lawyer. An experienced attorney can help you determine the benefits and rights they are entitled to under, North Carolina Worker’s Compensation Act.
In North Carolina employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance if they employ more than 3 people. In most cases your chances of being covered by workers’ compensation insurance are good. Employers are required to carry insurance for both part-time and full-time employees.
There are some exceptions to this general policy. If an employer has hired a person who is working as a true Independent Contractor, the employer is exempt from providing those individuals with workers’ comp insurance.
A Wilmington workers’ compensation lawyer can help represent those suffering from:
• Traumatic Brain Injuries
• Carpal tunnel and other repetitive stress injuries
• Rotator cuff injuries
• Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) or Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
• Loss of limb or loss of vision
• Herniated disc and other lumbar and cervical back injuries
No two work injuries are the same. Some have an immediate effect such as a broken bone or severe laceration, or a work injury can be a gradual process, something that happens over time such as, carpal tunnel, which is considered a repetitive stress injury.
Unfortunately, some injuries can be very extreme, even fatal. Regardless of the severity of the injury, if anyone is injured at the workplace they need to contact a Wilmington Worker’s Compensation Lawyer to review their information and advise them on how to move forward with their claim.
Compensation and Benefits
Work injury victims in Wilmington or in any North Carolina city are entitled to utilize North Carolina’s no-fault system.
North Carolina utilizes the no-fault system for workers’ compensation, this means that a worker who is injured is entitled to receive medical coverage and compensation regardless of what caused a job-related accident.
Our Wilmington workers’ compensation lawyer will help workers recover some of the following benefits:
• Medical treatment
• Temporary disability payments
• Permanent disability payments
• Partial wage replacement
• Full wage replacement
• Death benefits
How We Can Help as Your Wilmington Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Having a Wilmington Workers’ Compensation lawyer assist ensures that the injured worker receives proper care, treatment, and the appropriate benefits you should receive. If you or a loved one have been injured while working in Wilmington or any other North Carolina City, you should immediately contact an experienced Workers Compensation lawyer. King Law Firm has been helping North Carolinians with their workers’ comp claims for over 30 years. Our workers’ compensation team understands how the system works and we’ll put all of our combined experience to work for you. Call our office today for a Free Consultation at, (800) 635-1683
1135 Military Cutoff Rd, Suite 203
Wilmington, NC 28405
For more information on how to increase your chances of success, call one of our experienced Wilmington Workers Compensation Lawyers today at (800) 635-1683
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