Workers' Compensation

Carthage, North Carolina, Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Have you been injured on the job?

If so, North Carolina workers' compensation is supposed to provide compensation for medical expenses and lost wages for as long as the injury prevents you from working. If you suffer any lasting impairment as result of the injury, workers' compensation is also supposed to provide a benefit for permanent disability. It may also cover vocational rehabilitation services if you need to be retrained for a new job as a result of your injury.

If you have been injured in an on-the-job accident, please contact a worker's compensation lawyer at Rowland & Yauger to discuss your legal rights and just compensation for your injury. We never charge attorneys' fees for personally consulting with you about your work injury case. We represent private and government workers throughout central North Carolina, including Moore, Randolph, and Montgomery counties. We can also assist you with representation in the surrounding counties of Chatham, Hoke, Lee, and Cumberland.

The process of applying for workers' compensation is complex and there are many mistakes you can make if you don't know the rules. Many people who have valid injury claims don't receive the workers' compensation benefits they deserve simply because they made a mistake when applying.

Protecting your rights is important to us. If we are unable to recover workers' compensation benefits for you, you do not owe us attorneys' fees. This is called a contingency fee arrangement and is common among North Carolina workers compensation attorneys. Many people do not have the money to hire lawyers to protect their rights — especially after work accidents when they may have high medical bills, lost wages, and other financial worries. With the contingency fee system, these obstacles won't prevent you from obtaining the full amount you are due under the law in just compensation for your injuries.

We invite you to contact a workers' compensation lawyer at Rowland & Yauger for a consultation about your legal rights. You can call our office at 910-947-2280 or toll free at 910-722-9717.

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