Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Helping Clients Throughout Asheville
As an employer, your company has a responsibility to their staff, especially if their staff becomes injured or ill while on the job. If you were injured in the workplace, or while carrying out a work duty in another facility or on the road, you should be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits are designed to compensate injured workers if they are unable to earn a wage due to work-related harm, though obtaining those benefits can be easier said than done. If you believe you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, you must work with a workers’ compensation attorney in order to ensure you receive the proper benefits.
We Stand Up For You
At Crumley Roberts, we are committed to the welfare of our clients, and we continually strive to use our resources and experience to create customized legal solutions for each individual we work with. We understand that our clients are going through some of the most challenging chapters of their lives, and we want to put our experience to work for their best interests. We have more than 30 years of legal experience, and we’ve secured more than $500 million in verdicts and settlements. If you believe you have a workers’ compensation case, we want to hear from you.
Who Can File a Workers’ Comp Claim?
Workers’ compensation cases include any injuries or illnesses that occur while an employee is working. Employers pay into workers’ compensation insurance, which is designed to provide injured workers with financial support if they are harmed on the job.
In order to claim workers’ comp benefits, the worker must notify their employer of the injury, and they must file the appropriate claim within a set period of time. For help with this process, or to file an appeal for a denied claim, you need to discuss your case with an experienced attorney at our firm.
Common Reasons for a Workers’ Compensation Claim
An employer can file a workers’ compensation claim for any injuries or illnesses related to work, which can vary greatly. However, there are certain types of claims that occur more frequently than others.
Common types of workers’ comp claims include:
Assault or acts of violence
Slip and fall accidents
Exposure to harmful substances
Struck by fallen object incidents
Fires or explosions
30+ Years of Experience On Your Side
If you were injured at work, or if someone you love was fatally harmed on the job, you need to discuss your legal options with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Our team has been working for more than three decades to advocate on behalf of the wrongfully injured, and we want to help you pursue justice. Our clients come first, and if you chose to work with our firm, you can trust in our dedication to your cause. However complex your case may seem, we’re here to help.