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Workers Compensation Office Employee Injury Claims

There is an assumption that if you work in an office, not performing manual labor, the risks of an accident or injury leading to a workers’ compensation claim is low. This is actually not the case. We have represented many workers that were required to file workers’ compensation claims in order to protect their income and the welfare of their family. We have represented office employees for workers’ comp benefits for injuries sustained after a serious slip and fall, after workplace assault, after a serious car accident while the employee was traveling to pick up office supplies, and for repetitive stress injuries, including carpal tunnel cubital tunnel syndrome. These are just a few of the injuries for which we have helped our clients recover workers’ compensation benefits.

NC Workers’ Compensation Benefits for an Office Injury

If you work in an office and have suffered injury that is keeping you out of work and affecting your ability to earn a living, you may be eligible for benefits under North Carolina Workers’ Compensation law. Your benefits could include Permanent Partial Disability, Temporary Total Disability, or Temporary Partial Disability. If the injury has left you unable to work permanently, you may be entitled to benefits for Permanent Total Disability.

Professional Legal Help with Your Workers’ Comp Claim

At the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC we are experienced in representing employees injured in an office work environment. When you call us for help, we will take the time to learn how a workplace injury has impacted your life. We believe in the value of a professional relationship between an attorney and a client, but we also believe it is important to get to know you on a more personal level. Contact us for a free consultation either on the phone or in our office.

This article regarding office workplace injuries in North Carolina workers’ compensation claims is for informational purposes only and is not legal or medical advice. You may need to seek the advice of a workers’ compensation lawyer at the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC that has experience with workers’ comp claims.