Speak with a N.C. workers’ compensation lawyer at Greensboro, N.C.-based Ward Black Law. Ward Black Law represents people in North Carolina who have suffered significant wage loss and/or permanent impairment or disfigurement from work-related injuries. Serving injured people across North Carolina, Ward Black Law workers’ comp attorneys seek benefits for all types of injuries, such as traumatic back injuries, fractures and head injuries. We also handle occupational diseases such as asbestosis and hearing loss. Our NC workers’ compensation lawyers settle many workers’ compensation claims out of court, but are litigators for workers whose cases must be tried in front of the North Carolina Industrial Commission. Let us help bring your workers compensation case to a settlement.
The North Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers at Ward Black Law understand that injuries can be catastrophic, resulting in loss of life or loss of income for injured workers and their families. Our personal injury lawyers work to ensure that no remedy is overlooked, with the goal of returning the worker, as closely as possible, to pre-injury status. We provide a free consultation to determine whether the injured worker can benefit from legal representation. We are pleased to answer any questions workers may have about their rights.
North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue is working with the Commissioner of the North Carolina Industrial Commission about allegations made recently in the News and Observer concerning the increasing number of employers who are canceling their Workers’ Compensation insurance and leaving their employees in a lurch should they be injured, disabled or killed in a work related accident. To access updates on this on-going investigation by the governor, click on the links below.
Industrial Commission to Review Workers’ Comp Issues
Help for Workers IC Orders Uninsured Employers to Pay Injured Workers
Hearings Scheduled for Uninsured Employers
New WC Law Would Restrict Public Access to Information
NC Passes Law Targeting Employers Without WC Insurance
Gov. Perdue Passes New WC Bill
New Bill Keeps WC Insurance Public Record
For more info and the latest news on this topic visit the North Carolina Industrial Commission website at http://www.ic.nc.gov/.
If you have sustained a work-related injury, contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Ward Black Law in Greensboro, N.C., for a free case review. Call today to speak to one of our experienced workplace injury lawyers: 336-333-2244 or toll-free: 1-877-256-1214. You may also reach Ward Black Law by email or online inquiry.
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