Injuries that occur in the workplace may be covered by the NC workers’ compensation laws. There are legal conditions for applicability, as such it makes sense to talk to a Work Comp lawyer about your options.
If covered, your employer may carry workers’ compensation insurance. The North Carolina workplace laws (the NC Workers’ Compensation Act) also may allow, in certain circumstances, your employer to be “self insured.”
If you’ve recently had an accident at your place of work and were denied workers’ comp, you may feel stressed out and worried that you’re not going to be able to make ends meet.
It may even feel as though you have no other options and should just give up since you’ve been denied workers’ comp.
If that’s you, we encourage you talk to an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer in our law office. Before you abandon your claim, find out what you’re entitled to you. Put simply, find out if you have a valid workers’ compensation claim.
We’ll help explain your legal rights under the NC workplace injury laws. We’ll also let you know if you have a case in the first place.
You may have other options, even if it your employer denied your claim or even refused to file a Workers Compensation claim. If you’ve been denied workers’ comp, it makes sense to talk to an experienced attorney. – Kevin Jones, NC Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist
Now is the time to call. There are important filing deadlines under the North Carolina workers compensation laws.
Contact an Experienced NC Work Comp Lawyer
An experienced worker’s compensation lawyer will want to know the background of your injury or injuries, what has happened thus far in the claims process, and why you have been denied workers’ comp.
It’s OK if you don’t know all the answers to those questions. The workers’ compensation attorney at our law firm can help gather that information and provide further guidance on what may need to be done next.
We will want to find out exactly why your claim for workers’ compensation was denied and whether there is coverage under the NC Work Comp laws.
You never know, it could have been something as simple as a mistake on one of the forms or a necessary document was missing from the paperwork. It can be pretty complicated filing a workplace injury compensation claim in North Carolina.
Believe it or not, employers and insurance agencies make mistakes too! If it was something simple as that, a simple phone call or email may resolve the situation…and you’ll have your claim workers’ compensation may be able to advance forward.
Contact a Workers Compensation Lawyer Greenville NC
It’s no secret making a claim for Workers Compensation in North Carolina can be time-consuming, frustrating, and stressful.
If you want to give yourself peace of mind and let us take the burden from your shoulders, call our firm now. The Dodge Jones Personal Injury Law Firm is available for legal representation for NC Work Comp claims.
We help people in Eastern North Carolina with workplace injuries.
If you Googled, “Workers Compensation Lawyers Near Me,” we have you covered with five (5) convenient office locations in:
- Beaufort NC
- Morehead City NC
- Greenville NC
- Jacksonville NC
- New Bern NC
Hiring an attorney is to help with your workers compensation claim ensures that all paperwork, documentation, and necessary evidence are submitted. Partner Kevin Jones is a NC Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist and is available for consultation.
Our law firm and staff will provide help and guidance throughout the entire process. From filling out paperwork to gathering evidence to representing you in court – your attorney is going to be there for you the whole way, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with in making a workers comp claim.
Our law firm, when we work with personal injury cases and NC workers’ compensation claims, charges contingency fee.
That means legal fees are collected only if we are able to obtain a settlement or win after hearing or trial. Our law firm charges a percentage of the award.**
Denied Workers’ Comp? Talk to an Experienced Workers Compensation Lawyer Jacksonville NC – We are here to answer your legal questions
We understand that being denied can be a stressful and scary experience. You’re out of work, you’re no longer bringing in any income, and the one light at the end of the tunnel you thought you had (your workers’ compensation) has been suddenly extinguished.
We’re here to help guide you through the process and explain some pretty complicated NC Work Comp laws. Give us a ring, we provide a free consultation. Everything we talk about is confidential too. That means lawyers keep secrets.
We’ll only move forward if you decide our firm is right for you and you want legal representation in presenting a workers compensation claim. There is no pressure. In fact, after considering their options, some people choose to forego making a claim.
That’s OK. It’s part of being a lawyer and it’s also part of helping clients with Workers’ Compensation Claims in North Carolina. We believe clients benefit from hearing all their options.
Contact us today for a free consultation, and we’ll work with you to review your case and offer any help or guidance we can.
**While there is no legal fee if there is no recovery, clients are ultimately responsible for the costs of litigation. If you call us now, we can help explain what that means to you and provide some guidance on what to expect after making a NC workers compensation claim.