Speak with a workers’ compensation lawyer in Reidsville, NC today if you’ve suffered significant wage loss or injury/disfigurement from work-related causes. Workplace injury or accident can have catastrophic consequences for workers and their families, and the workers’ compensation attorneys of Ward Black Law are committed to exploring solutions, protecting workers’ rights and benefits, and assisting the recovery process. We are happy to answer your questions about your legal rights and provide a free consultation to evaluate your claim.

Serving residents of Reidsville, NC, the workers‘ compensation lawyers of Ward Black Law pursue payment for all manner of traumatic injuries and repeated trauma injuries, including head and back injuries and fractures, as well as occupational diseases, such as Asbestosis and hearing loss. We are committed to helping workers receive benefits for the duration of their recovery. We settle many of our workers’ compensation claims out of court, but we also try cases in front of the North Carolina Industrial Commission.

Workers’ Compensation laws were designed to ensure workers have financial stability and medical benefits during their recovery from a work-related injury. Under workers’ compensation laws, injured or impaired workers may be eligible for benefits covering medical bills, lost wages, vocational rehabilitation and partial or total disability. Be sure to contact one of our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers at Ward Black Law serving Reidsville, NC because you may be entitled to compensation.   

Workers’ Compensation, Reidsville, N.C.

Reidsville, located in the heart of Rockingham County, is a quickly expanding city busily diversifying the local economy. It has moved away slightly from its historical ties to textiles and tobacco and embraced a number of modern companies and organizations. The majority of employment opportunities in Reidsville now lie in manufacturing, health-care, and retail.  If you’ve experienced accident or injury on the job, consult a workers’ compensation lawyer in Reidsville, NC. The attorneys at Ward Black Law can answer your questions and help you settle your claim. For information about notifying your employer, seeking medical treatment and filing a claim, consult the resources below.

Notifying Your Reidsville, N.C. Employer

If you have suffered a workplace injury, you should immediately notify your employer. If too much time elapses between the accident and your reporting the accident, your employer may deny you workers’ compensation benefits. In most cases, you must contact your supervisor or your company’s Human Resources Department, which will supply you with the necessary insurance information.  However, before your file a claim with the insurance company, you may want to contact a workers’ compensation lawyer. The following links provide Human Resource information for some of the major employers in Reidsville.

Contact Information for Employers in Reidsville:

Seeking Medical Treatment in the Reidsville, N.C. Area

Injuries or accidents on the job often require immediate medical treatment or rehabilitation/chiropractic therapy for ongoing musculoskeletal problems. It is imperative to seek the timely health care not only for your well-being, but for the workers’ compensation claims process to work as it should. A workers’ compensation lawyer may choose not take your case until you’ve sought medical treatment. Your employer and its insurance company may also assert the right to direct your medical treatment, so be sure to seek authorization before treatment. Below is a list of some of Reidsville, NC’s health care providers and rehabilitation/chiropractic specialists that may treat your work-related injury. *Ward Black Law cannot speak to the content of these websites or the credibility of these businesses, but provides this list as a resource only.

North Carolina Industrial Commission Information for Reidsville, N.C.

The North Carolina Industrial Commission manages the Workers’ Compensation program in North Carolina. To learn more about your workers’ compensation rights or to download forms, visit http://www.ic.nc.gov/index.html.