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Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Asheville, NC Help You Recover for Your Injuries

On-point legal representation for those injured on the job

When you are injured at work, you may be concerned that you do not have the financial resources to take the time off work and seek the medical treatment you need to regain your health. Drawing on our 27 years of experience, The Law Firm of John C. Hensley, Jr., P.C. helps North Carolina workers obtain the medical care and partial wage benefits they need to sustain themselves until they can get back to work.

Qualifications for a workers’ compensation claim

In order to rightfully obtain benefits for your on-the-job injury, you must:

  • Be employed at the time of your injury
  • Have sustained your injury as a result of employment:
    • While you were at work or
    • While you were off-site, performing an approved work task

While the North Carolina Industrial Commission provides forms to obtain workers’ compensation benefits, it is best to have a lawyer assist you so you do not complete incorrect forms or miss vital details that can delay the receipt of your benefits. Our attorney explains how to file a workers’ comp claim and takes decisive steps to get you paid as quickly as possible. We can also work with your employer’s insurance company to see that you receive the maximum amount of benefits to which you are entitled, including those to compensate you for future medical expenses.

Third-party claims can elicit additional compensation

While you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, you may also be eligible for additional financial compensation if a third party’s negligence contributed to the accident. Lawyers at our personal injury firm can analyze your case and determine the degree of fault on the part of a third party on your job site. These third parties can include anyone not employed by your company whom you may encounter on a work site. For example, if you sustained a slip and fall injury in a construction accident, you may have a cause of action against:

  • Laborers
  • Masons
  • Electricians
  • Plumbers
  • Welders
  • Contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • Project investors
  • Landscapers
  • Engineers
  • Consultants
  • Project managers
  • Property owners
  • Inspectors

Time is of the essence

Workplace injuries are often worse than they initially seem. Therefore, obtaining prompt medical care may be important to your health, as well as to preserving your workers’ compensation and third-party personal injury claims.

Learn how we can help you make a financial recovery for your workplace injuries

For more information on North Carolina’s workers’ compensation program, call The Law Firm of John C. Hensley, Jr., P.C. at 828-348-0092 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. If you are unable to visit our firm during regular business hours, we accommodate your schedule with evening and weekend appointments. We handle all workers’ compensation claims on contingency.