North Carolina's workers' compensation system can provide workers injured in workplace and construction accidents with vital resources. We guide clients through the process, analyze whether an injury is work-related and obtain important benefits on behalf of injured workers.
Workers who suffer injuries or develop illnesses related to their jobs may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Whether an injury, illness or disease is work-related is a frequent question for workers. At Royster and Royster, PLLC, we have been helping injured workers obtain benefits under North Carolina's workers' compensation law since 1979.
If you have suffered a workplace injury, it is important to notify your employer as soon as possible. If your injury causes you to miss work, obtaining all of the benefits to which you are entitled can be essential to you and your family's financial well-being.
The workers' compensation system allows people injured on the job to receive important benefits without having to prove negligence or fault on behalf of an employer. However, insurance providers and companies are not always responsive when it comes to providing complete and fair compensation under the system. Some workers are hesitant to file a workers' comp claim, or are simply not sure how to proceed after suffering an injury at work. Insurance carriers may offer a settlement that is not fair to the worker, unjustly deny a claim or cut off benefits prematurely.
Comprehensive Representation For People Injured On The Job
Our Surry County workers' compensation lawyers are well-versed in all aspects of North Carolina workers' compensation laws. If you have suffered an injury in a construction accident, a slip-and-fall in an office building, or any other form of work-related accident, we have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the complex process, while zealously guarding your rights to protect your legal position.
Repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and occupational illnesses, are also common types of workers' compensation claims that our experienced lawyers provide legal assistance and skilled advocacy to help our clients obtain the benefits they deserve.
In some workplace accidents involving parties unrelated to your employer, you may be entitled to bring a personal injury claim to recover for the negligence of a third party whose negligence caused the accident. Our workers' comp practice is fortified by our substantial experience in personal injury cases.
Experienced Workplace Injury Attorneys In Stokes And Surry
To arrange a free initial consultation with a Workers' Compensation attorney contact us today. Call 336-789-5127 in Mount Airy. When you schedule a free initial consultation with Royster and Royster, PLLC, to discuss your work injury, you will meet with an experienced lawyer, not a general intake specialist. We will evaluate your situation and provide you with guidance concerning your legal options.