Compensation for pain and suffering as a result of a workplace injury is a complex process and will often require consultation to help determine eligibility. Workers’ compensation claims are ineligible for pain and suffering in North Carolina. These claims focus more on the result of the disability from the injury to determine compensation. You may be eligible for compensation from pain and suffering on a personal injury claim instead. At White & Stradley LLP, we focus on understanding the unique situation of each of our clients in order to provide the best service possible. Our experience can help you navigate whether you are eligible for pain and suffering as a result of an injury in the workplace. We can start by identifying whether a third-party was at fault in the incident or whether it was a result of your workplace environment. You may need to file for both. It will make the recovery process easier to have the experts at White & Stradley LLP helping you handle the paperwork. You need somebody on your side so you can focus on getting yourself healthy again. The sooner you start the process, the better you will feel. If you have suffered an injury on the job, please contact the experienced North Carolina Workers’ Compensation attorneys at White & Stradley LLP to schedule a confidential consultation.
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