Workers Compensation Knee Injury Claims
Not every workplace knee injury happens to workers engaged in manual labor. We have represented several office and administrative employees who have suffered serious knee injuries on the job due to an accident. Whether your on the job knee injury developed over time or happened as a result of a sudden accident, it is important to file a workers’ compensation claim within the time limits allowed under North Carolina workers’ compensation law.
If your knee was injured on or off the job, if you are unable to work or need medical treatment, you should talk to an attorney about your options. You may also have a third-party claim if your injury was caused by the negligence of another person or company. Early involvement by a knowledgeable attorney can help ensure maximum opportunities to collect compensation and benefits from all available sources.
Workers’ Compensation Benefits for your Knee Injury
Under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act, you may be entitled to benefits for Permanent Partial Disability (PPD), Temporary Total Disability (TTD), Temporary Partial Disability (TPD), or Permanent Total Disability (PTD) for your knee injury. Working with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney at the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC can help you recover the benefits you need.
Attorney Help with Your Workers Compensation Claim for a Knee Injury
If you have suffered a knee injury in the workplace, contact the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC today. We offer free initial consultations and work on a contingent fee basis, which means there are no fees unless we make a recovery for you. You can call us at 919. 277.0161 or contact us online. We will review your case and will aggressively fight to ensure that your settlement is fair. We will do whatever it takes for you to be awarded the maximum amount of compensation you deserve for your knee injury and any related lost wages that have resulted from your accident.
This article regarding knee injuries on the job in workers’ compensation claims is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be legal or medical advice. If you have suffered a knee injury at work, you may need to seek the advice of a workers’ compensation attorney at the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC.