Any time you sustain an injury on the job that prevents you from returning to work, it is in your best interest to contact a North Carolina Workers’ Compensation attorney. Workplace injuries can result in both physical and financial hardship for you and your family; the sooner you contact an attorney, the sooner you can begin receiving benefits, and the easier it will be for you to focus on recovering from your injuries. Filing for Workers’ Compensation can be very confusing. During this time, your employer and their insurance agency might attempt to discourage you from filing a claim at all. You deserve an aggressive advocate who knows how to negotiate with your employer and their insurance company. You also deserve a dedicated representative who can help protect you against Workers’ Compensation fraud perpetrated by employers and health care providers. Our attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC, can help you navigate this complex system, ensuring you are treated with the fairness and dignity you deserve. Your claim for Workers’ Compensation should be filed with the North Carolina Industrial Commission within 30 days of your accident. You are eligible to receive temporary benefits after seven days of missing work, but unless your claim is filed correctly, you may be denied future benefits. If you have been injured on the job in North Carolina, you don’t have deal with the aftermath alone. Please contact the experienced Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley, PLLC, to schedule an initial consultation. We can make the Workers’ Compensation process easier for you and your family.
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