Injured Truckers May Be Entitled To Workers’ Comp Benefits
In the Cape Fear area, throughout Southeastern North Carolina and statewide, our law firm is a trusted, results-focused resource for injured truckers and other hardworking people.
We have an experienced, compassionate legal team ready to help you seek compensation you need to pay medical bills and replace lost wages if you have suffered a back injury, head injury, arm or leg injury, or any other injury that keeps you from driving.
Understanding The Needs And Legal Options Of Injured Truckers
The caring professionals at Christina Rivenbark & Associates understand the many risks of working as an over-the-road or local delivery truck driver. We want to help you get the financial compensation you need to recover as completely as possible, whether you were injured:
- In a collision, spinout or other truck wreck — even if you may be considered at fault for that accident
- Loading or unloading cargo from your truck, or while performing any other job duty
It is important to know that even if you work as an independent contractor or owner/operator in the trucking industry, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits if you were injured on the job. With more than 20 years’ experience as a lawyer for injured truckers, our principal lawyer Christina Rivenbark & Associates can explain North Carolina workers’ compensation law and how it applies to you.
Holding Insurance Companies And Others Responsible For Harm Done To You
In addition, we will know what to do if someone other than your employer caused your injuries through negligence or recklessness. We have a track record of success taking action for victims of:
- Car accidents and trucking accidents across North Carolina and primarily in our region, from Raleigh and Greenville to Fayetteville and Whiteville; Wallace and Jacksonville to Bolivia and points in between
- All types of work injuries you may have suffered as a trucker or other transportation worker, including spinal cord injuries, brain damage, fractures, sprains and other disabling problems