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Workers’ compensation is insurance coverage intended to quickly provide you with compensation and medical care after a work-related injury. Your employer’s insurance company pays claims for benefits, but filing for benefits can be complicated. And all too often, insurance companies delay or deny claims for simple errors—such as filing incomplete paperwork.

If you’ve been injured on the job, Crumley Roberts can help. Our Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys have years of experience helping injured people throughout North Carolina, and we may be able to help you, too. Contact our legal staff today—call  or fill out our free initial consultation form.

After Your Injury

  1. See a doctor as soon as possible.
    A medical professional can document the nature of your injury, which can serve as valuable evidence when you file your claim.
  2. Notify your employer about your accident.
    Failure to provide written notice of how your accident happened and the injuries that resulted may threaten your rights to collect compensation.
  3. Find a lawyer.
    An experienced workers’ compensation attorney can help build a strong claim on your behalf, so you can focus on getting better.

Get the Help You Need

You don’t need to take on the workers’ compensation system alone. Our Charlotte workers’ compensation lawyers are here to help you get the benefits you and your family need—so contact Crumley Roberts today.

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