North Carolina Workers’ Compensation

You’ve worked hard all your life. Then, as the result of an accident or illness, you are suddenly disabled and can’t do the work you’ve done every day.

Workers’ compensation was set up to help those who are unable to make a living because they were injured at work. Unfortunately, the system too often works against the employee who doesn’t have the time or resources to fight the big insurance companies or employers who neglect their legal responsibilities.

Individual with arm injuryIf your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, the North Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers of Montagna Klein Camden can help you negotiate or take your claim to court.

When the situation is appropriate, our workers’ comp attorneys stand prepared to go to court with a North Carolina workers’ compensation claim. Although receiving workers’ compensation usually restricts you from suing your employer, you still have the right to sue any other party that contributed to your injury. And if your employer did something outright illegal, such as failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance for a company of three or more employees, you have the right to take these claims to court as well. Read the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act here.

A single work injury can often be attributed to multiple individuals and corporations, and our workers’ compensation lawyers will make sure every one of them pays for their faults. That’s the “No Boundaries” law practice Montagna Klein Camden is known for.

Our workers’ comp lawyers represent injured or disabled workers on a contingency fee basis. This means that we don’t get paid unless you win. We’re very confident in our ability to get you the benefits you deserve.

If your North Carolina Workers’ Compensation claim has been denied schedule a free consultation to discuss your case by contacting the work injury lawyers of Montagna Klein Camden at 877-622-8100 . Time limits apply to filing a claim. Make sure you maintain your rights — Call Now.

North Carolina Workers’ Compensation FAQ