Workers’ Comp Covers On-The-Job Injuries

When you go to work for the day, you probably do not expect to get injured on the job. However, accidents happen all the time in the workplace, especially in dangerous industries such as construction.

Workplace injuries can range from minor to fatal. In North Carolina, workers' compensation claims are controlled by the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act, which sets forth the requirements for having a compensable claim and also provides the benefits to which injured employees are entitled.

In order for a workers' compensation claim to be filed, the employee must be injured by an accident, specific traumatic incident or suffer from an occupational disease. The injury or occupational disease must arise out of, and occur in, the course of the employment.

Services We Provide Throughout The Process

Our lawyers at The Law Firm of Ledbetter & Titsworth, P.A., offer workers' compensation services for every aspect of the application and appeals process, including:

  • Preparing and filing required notices
  • Getting clients proper medical treatment
  • Assuring wage benefits are accurate and timely
  • Litigating denied claims

After practicing in North Carolina for decades, our attorneys are experienced in obtaining the maximum benefits allowed under the compensation act. We have worked with employees from many different industries and jobs.

Get Your Questions Answered

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm via email or by calling 919-297-2372. We offer free consultations.

We serve Cary, Raleigh, the Triangle and the surrounding areas.