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Let our law firm fight for your workers' comp rights

Fighting for the rights of North Carolina workers, we have the experience, knowledge and skill that it takes to help a client recover the maximum amount possible from a workers' compensation claim. Because our lawyers have a thorough understanding of the laws surrounding premises liability, product liability and personal injury, we have effectively handled a wide variety of personal injury cases.

In many instances, employers and insurers may try to save money by denying or delaying workers' compensation benefits for injured workers who truly need those benefits in order to recover. For this reason, our goal is to make sure that those with valid workers' compensation claims obtain the financial compensation for income losses and medical expenses to assist them during their recovery. We understand that time is of essence in workers' compensation filings; therefore, the filing must be done in a professional and efficient manner. We make every effort to meet your expectations in providing you with the full benefits you're entitled to receive.

Our success through the years has given us a good reputation as a law firm that people can trust. By putting the best interest of our clients first, we analyze the circumstances surrounding the work-related accident to determine whether your workplace injury was due to the negligence of an employer, a third party or a defective piece of equipment. If a third party was at fault in your accident, you may be entitled to further benefits that include pain and suffering in addition to workers' compensation benefits.

Our team of attorneys has the skill to offer you the legal representation you expect. If you wish to find out more about our law firm and how we can assist you after your workplace injury, please visit our webpage on workers' compensation.

Source: Christina Rivenbark & Associates, "On-the-job injuries and third-party liability", November 13, 2014

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