Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Asheboro
We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together
Dealing with a work-related injury can be tricky, especially if your injury has led to expensive medical bills or loss of work. Luckily, these types of situations are precisely what workers’ compensation is for. If you or someone you love was injured on the job, our firm is here to hear your case and help you through the workers’ compensation process.
Let Crumley Roberts Help You
If you were harmed in a work-related accident, you will need to file a workers’ compensation claim. Unfortunately, securing the benefits you deserve is rarely so easy—that’s where we come in. Our firm can help you file a claim, work through an appeal, or handle any legal negotiations or litigation that occurs as a result. We understand the complexities of the workers’ compensation claims process, and we can use our experience to help you secure the compensation you need and deserve.
Contact Crumley Roberts today to schedule a consultation with our Asheboro workers’ comp attorneys.
What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?
A workers’ compensation claim can cover any injury or illness you obtain while working. This includes any harm you face while in a work vehicle or at another job site, as long as you are still performing work. Compensation can cover a wide variety of costs, including medications, medical treatment, surgery, physical therapy and other recovery treatments, travel to and from medical appointments, and lost wages while out of work.
I Was Injured, What Next?
If you were injured at work, your first priority should always be to seek medical treatment. Once you are out of immediate danger, report the incident to your superior (you have 30 days to do so), and call an attorney to discuss your options. You will also need to file a workers’ comp claim soon after the incident, typically within 90 days.
Ideally, your company’s insurance will offer you fair compensation for your claim, enough to pay for your lost wages and resulting damages. However, if you were underpaid or if your claim was denied, you may need to pursue other options. To determine the best move for your particular case, discuss your situation with our team at Crumley Roberts.