North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
30+ Years Representing Injured Workers in North Carolina
Workers’ compensation is designed to help workers harmed on the job, regardless of the reason or the fault. That said, recovering adequate benefits can be a struggle because insurance companies want to protect their bottom line. To ensure your interests are protected and heard, make sure you discuss your case with a workers’ compensation attorney as soon as you are injured.
Why Choose Crumley Roberts?
At Crumley Roberts, our experienced team of compassionate attorneys understands what you’re going through. Dealing with the stress, pain, and inconvenience of a serious injury is extremely challenging, which is why we are committed to using our ample resources to help our clients through each step of the legal process. Whether you need to appeal a denied claim or file a new workers’ comp claim, our firm is here to help you.
Call (866) 691-0607 today to schedule a free consultation with our North Carolina workers’ comp attorneys.
Understanding Workers’ Comp Cases
Our team has three board-certified workers’ compensation specialists on staff, so we can confidently say we have a thorough understanding of all applicable workers’ comp laws. If you suspect you may have a claim, we want to hear from you.
Employers have a duty to provide their workers with safe work environments. That includes supplying their employees with the necessary tools, supplies, and knowledge needed to complete their job safely. If an employer fails to provide their workers with adequate safety training, or if they do not perform proper building safety equipment, or other necessities, their inaction could result in serious workplace accidents.
Filing a Claim & Obtaining Benefits
Under most policies, employers should be responsible for any work-related injuries, regardless of the circumstances. As long as you were at work, in a work vehicle, or performing an off-site job during work hours, you should be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits.
Common workplace injuries include:
- Slip and fall incidents
- Struck-by-falling-object injuries
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Motor vehicle accident injuries
- Machinery accident injuries
In North Carolina, employees have only 30 days to report a work injury. If you fail to meet this deadline, you may not be eligible to receive benefits, which is why it is crucial to contact an attorney as soon as possible after your injury.
Let Crumley Roberts Help You
Since opening our firm in 1989, our attorneys have been focuses on protecting the rights of our clients by securing justice and maximum compensation on their behalf. We’ve successfully represented thousands of clients over our 30+ years in practice, and we’ve recovered more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients. If you believe you have a workers’ compensation claim, we’re here and ready to listen.