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Workers’ Compensation

Workers Compensation in North Carolina

Skilled attorneys protecting New Bern workers

When you become injured or ill while you are at work, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation. This is true even if the injury or illness occurred outside of your normal job functions. You are entitled to workers compensation benefits even in the absence of your employer’s fault or negligence. In fact, even if the injury was your fault, you may still be eligible to compensation.

The experienced attorneys at Carolina Law Group help workers get fair compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained in the workplace. They help workers obtain coverage for their workers compensation claims, including:

  • Compensation for permanent disability
  • Dependants’ recovery for worker’s death
  • Lost wages or salary
  • Rehabilitation expenses
  • Retraining costs

Waiving workers’ compensation

Accepting workers compensation limits your rights to other remedies against a negligent employer. A personal injury claim can include compensation for general damages and pain and suffering, whereas a workers compensation claim cannot. The firm’s attorneys are skilled at analyzing whether you should waive your workers compensation claim and seek recovery for negligence in civil court, and if you should also pursue a negligent third party.

Appealing workers’ compensation decisions

If your workers compensation claim is denied, you have a limited time to appeal the decision. Carolina Law Group can help you successfully maneuver through the complex bureaucratic process of appealing to the North Carolina workers compensation board.

Contact experienced workers’ compensation attorneys

From their New Bern, North Carolina office, Carolina Law Group helps workers throughout North Carolina file workers compensation claims and appeal workers compensation denials. To schedule a consultation with dedicated workers compensation attorneys, call 252-772-9378 or contact the firm online.

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