If you are injured on the job, you may be entitled to compensation from your employer or its workers’ compensation insurance company.
The workers’ compensation laws of North Carolina and South Carolina provide that if an employee is hurt on the job, an employer or their insurance company has to pay an injured worker’s medical bills, weekly checks if an injury prevents a worker from working, and compensation for a permanent injury.
The Workers’ Compensation laws of North Carolina and South Carolina are different and can be very confusing for an injured worker. There are many types of on the job injuries that are considered workers’ compensation claims including but not limited to:
Truck Accidents That Happen On The Job
Motor Vehicle Accidents That Happen On The job
Construction Site Accidents
Repetitive Motion Injuries Such As Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Slips, Trips, and Falls That Happen On The Job
Manufacturing or Plant Accidents
Injuries That Occur When Your Co-employee Accidentally Injures You
Other Accidents That Happen At Work That Result In A Permanent Injury
Tippens & Zurosky handles workers’ compensation cases all over North Carolina and South Carolina. If you are involved in on the job accident, let us help you get the compensation you deserve.
You may be entitled to medical treatment, weekly checks while you are out of work, and compensation if you have a permanent physical disability.
Insurance companies have trained adjusters whose job it is to minimize your case, and save the insurance company money.
Let us be your voice, and let our years of experience even the playing field.
Call us toll-free at (877) 872-3580 for a free consultation about your accident with one of our attorneys or send us an email inquiry through this website.