Workers’ compensation has been established to provide medical and wage benefits for people injured on the job. But what if that compensation is inadequate or denied? Many people wonder if they can sue for Workers’ Compensation. When a Lawsuit is Necessary There is a tradeoff in collecting Workers’ Compensation.  On the one hand, you are more likely to receive compensation through a Workers’ Comp claim than you are through a personal injury lawsuit, particularly if you share responsibility for your injury. On the other, you will most likely receive less compensation with a Workers’ Comp claim. The Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC., can evaluate your injury and help you determine if a personal injury lawsuit would be in your best interests. We can also help you determine if you are entitled to file a lawsuit against a third party in addition to collecting Workers’ Compensation. We will be happy to carefully examine your claim and help you determine all that you re entitled to. If you have sustained an on the job injury in the areas of Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, Greenville, Kinston, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Rocky Mount, or Tarboro, North Carolina, please contact White & Stradley, PLLC for a free case evaluation today.

For me, my work injury was a super scary event.  One of the most impressive things about the firm is that everything was handled by them.  All I had to do was concentrate on getting well.  My case went smooth and quickly.  I was thoroughly happy with the service that I received.