Charlotte, North Carolina, Workers' Compensation Claims

Not all workers' compensation claims require the involvement of an attorney. However, there are times when you should seek legal advice - if you have suffered a serious injury, if the injury has affected your ability to earn a living or if your workers' compensation claim has been denied.

I'm lawyer Jeffrey Scott and I represent working people in North Carolina who have been injured on the job. I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

Have you suffered a serious injury?

People who suffer catastrophic injuries often need ongoing treatment. Related medical conditions can develop later, such as depression or high blood pressure. As your lawyer, I will look into the long-term ramifications of your injury and include those in your workers' compensation claim.

If you have suffered a serious injury, you can rest assured the workers' compensation insurance carrier has a bank of lawyers giving it advice. You should have an attorney as well.

Will the injury affect your ability to work?

A workplace injury or occupational disease can affect your ability to earn a living, whether that is total and permanent wage loss, total wage loss on a temporary basis or partial wage loss. As your attorney, I can make sure that you are taken care of financially.

Repetitive stress injuries are one of the most common types of work injuries that can affect your ability to earn a living.

Has your workers' compensation claim been denied?

Workers' compensation claims are routinely denied in North Carolina. However, that does not mean that you do not have a legitimate claim. I offer a free evaluation of your claim to determine if you are entitled to compensation.

Free attorney consultation

To talk to an attorney about your workers' compensation case. Contact attorney Jeffrey G. Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. I offer after-hours and weekend appointments.