Some North Carolina workers’ compensation claims are filed when an injury is sustained on the job. However, employees with preexisting conditions that were aggravated by their duties may be entitled to full workers’ compensation benefits. North Carolina courts have upheld that diseases and injuries that existed prior to employment are still payable when injuries occur at work. However, a preexisting condition can give your employer room to fight your claim and may complicate your filing process. We are Here to Help The North Carolina workers’ compensation attorneys at White & Stradley have over two decades of experience helping injured workers get the compensation they deserve. We have developed successful strategies for securing compensation both in and out of the courtroom and will do whatever it takes to ensure you are provided the full compensation you need to recover from your injury and return to work. Our practice is focused entirely on workers’ compensation, giving us a unique advantage when it comes to understanding precedent and getting results. We are prepared to evaluate your claim, fight for your rights, and help you get the compensation you are due. If you live in or around Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Greenville, Kinston, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Rocky Mount, or Tarboro, North Carolina and have been injured on the job, please contact White & Stradley, PLLC to schedule a free consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney today.
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