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Injured in a job-related accident in North Carolina?

There are many types of jobs in North Carolina. Each job requires various forms of training and expertise and some pose higher personal safety risks than others. Still, every worker has the right to reasonably expect that an employer does what is necessary to maintain a safe and healthy working environment on a daily basis. One concern involves the potential for an employee to be injured in a job-related accident or become ill through toxins in the workplace.

In such circumstances, it is typically advisable to contact a legal professional as soon as possible after an accident has occurred. Workers' compensation claims are sometimes subject to time limitations. An employee may have as little as 30 days to file a report with an employer after suffering an injury or illness on the job.

The Quinn Law Firm is experienced in serving clients facing legal issues stemming from work-related accident injuries. Our attorneys have provided effective representation for workers in North Carolina for 25 years. State law offers protection if you have been injured due to workplace hazards or have become ill because of a toxic environment, entitling you to receive certain benefits that can help pay medical bills and replace lost wages.

Some workers find that they are not able to easily obtain the treatment and services needed after suffering an on-the-job injury. This is sometimes directly related to issues where an employer's insurance agency has selected doctors who appear to minimize the extent of injury or illness in order limit potential pay outs. Others have reason to fear retaliation from an employer and hesitate to report their injuries.

The Quinn Law Firm is prepared to act on your behalf to seek the justice you deserve for the suffering you have endured after being injured in a job-related accident in North Carolina. We are committed to helping you obtain all benefits to which you might be entitled. As a contingency-based practice, you will not owe any fees until we obtain compensation on your behalf.

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