A Free Resource for Surviving Your Workers’ Compensation Case
Over a million injuries happen in workplaces across America each year.
Serious back injuries are most common, but workers’ are affected by countless other accidents and illnesses at work. Because every case is unique and recovery times are different, securing workers’ compensation is a process that requires a working knowledge of your rights to payments for doctor and hospital visits, as well as lost wages.
With multiple workers’ compensation attorneys on staff, Ward Black Law realized that the people of North Carolina have many questions about what workers’ comp is, and how exactly it works. Simply put, it is a form of insurance that companies have to help their employees recover after sustaining a work-related injury or illness.
If you’ve been hurt on the job, we have a wealth of additional information for you in our newest free resource.
Inside this free e-book, we’ll answer your most pressing questions, including:
- Is my injury covered by workers’ comp?
- Can my employer fire me for making a claim?
- What do I do if my adjuster won’t authorize payment for medical bills?
- How do I make sure I’m getting all I’m entitled to for lost wages?
- When would I need an attorney?
- How much does it cost to hire a workers’ comp lawyer?
Connecting the Dots
A Worker’s Compensation Guide to Help You Avoid Costly Mistakes was designed to help you better understand your rights as an injured worker, your employer’s responsibility, and the adjuster’s role in the process.
When you can appreciate these three key perspectives, you’ll be better equipped to handle your case and secure a favorable outcome. Featured stories from other injured workers’ who have been through the process provide real-life insight to the process and emotions that come with it.
Download the E-book Now
We hope you’ll download our free e-book today. If you still have unanswered questions about your workers’ compensation case, please contact us at 336-333-2244, or toll-free at 1-877-256-1214. Our attorneys can provide a free, confidential case evaluation by phone, email, or in person. We’ll be glad to help you know your rights and maximize your recovery.