Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation Attorney and Accident Claims Lawyer in Raleigh NC.

Workers Compensation Attorney in Raleigh NC

workers compensation attorney raleighWORK-RELATED INJURIES CAN BE SUDDEN, DEVASTATING AND TRAGIC.

It’s our privilege at The Law Offices of Eric H. Kassor, PA to help those workers hurt while on-the-job, whether it’s from a fall off a forklift, a fall or any other work related injury. Employees can suffer injuries in any type of workplace and while many jobs can involve dangerous tasks that are inherently unavoidable due to their location, every effort should be made to ensure their safety. Unfortunately, accidents do happen and when they do they can cause very serious injuries.

Our lawyer, Eric H. Kassor, deals with workers compensation cases ranging from manufacturing workers with back injuries, to high technology employees with carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive trauma, to the spouses and children of workers who are seeking death benefits following a work-related death.

We are experienced with the types of injuries that occur in the workplace, from offices, to manufacturing factories and construction sites. You may require a workers compensation package that will insure your continued care and rehabilitation, as well as insuring financial resources for you and your loved ones.

If you are in the state of North Carolina and are injured at work, our personal injury attorney, Eric H. Kassor, can help you navigate this complicated area of the law so that you receive all the benefits you deserve. These workers compensation benefits can include payment of medical bills, job training, temporary total disability benefits, permanent partial disability benefits, total disability benefits, and death benefits if the employee died as a result of a work-related injury.

We work with and also are experienced at cases relating to injured state and municipal workers. Contact us for matters relating to “worker’s comp” situations today.

To learn more about your rights, visit the North Carolina Industrial Commission.