North Carolina Workplace Accident Lawyer

Work Related Injuries in North Carolina

If you have been injured at your job, you are legally entitled to file a claim for workers' compensation. When seeking benefits, it is not necessary to prove that another party's negligence caused the injury, only that the injury occurred, and it was work-related. Workers' compensation will pay for your hospital expenses, medical treatment and lost wages. Benefits are paid for any type of injury, including:

  • Burns
  • Lacerations
  • Amputations
  • Loss of hearing
  • Eye injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Neck injuries

The workers' compensation claims process can be very complex and extremely confusing. If you are unfamiliar with the procedures involved in applying for benefits, your claim may be denied or you can end with less compensation than your case is worth. Lanier Law Group, P.A. provides injured workers with legal advice regarding the claim process and we will fight for your rights to benefits. Contact a North Carolina personal injury attorney at our firm to learn more about our services and increasing your chances of receiving maximum monetary damages for your injuries.

Workers' Comp Attorney in North Carolina: Workplace Accidents

When you are represented by a qualified lawyer in a worker's compensation case, your chances of obtaining the full benefits that you are due will significantly increase. Our firm has over 25 years of experience helping clients with the claims process, and can answer any questions you have about benefits. We can resolve any difficulties that arise and keep your case on track. We will also explore all of your compensation options, such as filing a lawsuit against any third party whose negligence or careless acts were a factor in the incident.

Contact a North Carolina workplace accident lawyer for qualified legal advice regarding workers' compensation if you were injured in an accident at work.