Prove Driver Negligence in a Charlotte Car Accident Case
Aug 30, 2017 by Brown Moore Law
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If you are injured on the job or while performing work-related duties, your employer may be legally obligated to compensate you for medical bills or pay for your medical treatment and wage loss through the workers’ compensation system.
In some instances, injured workers navigate the workers’ compensation system with minimal trouble, and don’t need an attorney. In other instances, unfortunately, injured workers struggle to obtain fair compensation through the system.
At the personal injury law firm of Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, our Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys have decades of experience fighting for injured workers’ rights to fair financial compensation. We serve clients throughout the Charlotte area and the surrounding parts of North Carolina.
Our attorneys have in-depth experience advocating for injured workers in the state workers’ compensation system and on behalf of federal railroad employees under the Federal Employees Liability Act (FELA).
In workers’ compensation cases, we collect attorneys’ fees from our injured clients on a contingency fee basis only. This means that we do not get paid unless and until our clients collect the workers’ compensation owed to them. Unlike some other law firms, we do not take a fee on our clients’ weekly disability benefits when a workers’ compensation insurer admits these are owed and admits the compensability of a claim.
If you have a minor injury and your workers’ compensation application is accepted without complaint, then you may be able to navigate the system without legal assistance. However, if you have any trouble obtaining compensation, we recommend getting help from one of our knowledgeable Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys.
Signs that point toward the need to get an attorney on your side include:
Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation with a highly skilled workers compensation attorney in:
You have the right to talk to a private attorney about your workers’ compensation case. Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, offers free and private consultations with a lawyer for injured workers with questions about workers’ compensation. We can explain workers’ compensation forms like Form 18, Form 19, Form 24, Form 26, Form 28T, Form 60, Form 61 or Form 63 — and we can answer your other questions.