CHAPEL HILL AND RALEIGH WORKER’S COMPENSATION LAWYER:
protecting the rights of the injured worker
When you go to work each day, you should be able to rely on your employer to maintain a safe working environment. For the injured worker who has suffered due to hazardous working conditions, you need a knowledgeable attorney to help you recover the compensation you deserve.
At Everett Law Firm, P.A., in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, you can depend on us to listen to your legal needs, clearly explain your options, and advocate aggressively on your behalf in your workers’ compensation claim. Contact us today to speak with a lawyer who will look out for your best interests.
We will advocate aggressively for the injured worker who has suffered temporary or permanent disability in the following on-the-job injuries, including:
- Loss of limbs
- Loss of fingers
- Crushed limbs and broken bones
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Many other types of injuries
Our firm represents the injured worker hurt in construction jobs, factory jobs, and other dangerous working conditions. Without the help of a knowledgeable attorney, it is difficult to get the compensation you deserve. Insurance companies are only looking out for their best interests. You need an attorney who will look out for yours. We can help.
Insurance companies know they have the potential for greater losses when there is an attorney involved. They are more likely to settle a claim and provide you with the fair and just compensation you deserve if they face the risk of losing at trial.
Our attorneys will advocate for the fair and just recovery of losses sustained due to your workplace accident, including past and future lost wages, medical costs, and benefits for permanent disability. We also represent the families of individuals who have been killed in dangerous workplace conditions.
Workers’ compensation claims typically take less time to settle than personal injury cases. Workers’ compensation benefits are limited by law and attorney fees, usually set at 25%, must be approved by the Industrial Commission. However, if we do not recover a settlement on your behalf, we do not get paid.
Contact us today to discuss your options with a workers’ compensation lawyer you can trust. We will work diligently on your behalf to resolve your case as effectively and expeditiously as possible.