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Workers Compensation Construction Accident Injury Claims

A construction site accident can be extremely serious, and may cause permanent disability, loss of a limb, blindness, head injury, back and neck injuries, fractured or broken bones, or even death. Often the medical bills will be large, and there may be a long period of disability and lost wages. Workers’ compensation may pay for some of the medical bills and lost earnings. Construction workers are often subject to falls from heights, ladder and scaffolding accidents, power tool and machinery injuries, burns from fires or chemicals, explosions, electrical shock, truck and heavy equipment accidents or trench collapses.

Report Your Construction Injury

If you suffered an injury at work, you have the right to workers’ compensation benefits. It is important to report your injury to your employer as soon as possible. If your employer or its insurance provider denied your claim or if you have a serious injury, an experienced North Carolina workers’ comp attorney can help you get through the complex legal and medical procedures required in a North Carolina workers’ compensation case in order to allow you to focus on recovery.

Learn More About Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

To learn more about your comp claim, please see the following articles:

•  Starting a Workers’ Compensation Claim in North Carolina
•  About the NC Industrial Commission
•  Workers’ Comp Terms
•  Workers’ Comp Forms
•  Settling Your Workers’ Comp Case
•  Workers Comp FAQ

Hire a Raleigh Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer to discuss your specific injury, e-mail us or call us at 919.277.0161. Based in Raleigh, we handle workers’ compensation cases statewide in North Carolina.

If you have trouble understanding workers’ compensation terms or navigating the workers’ compensation system, contact the North Carolina workers’ compensation attorneys at 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.