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Holding Negligent Employers Responsible
If you were injured while on the job, you deserve to have your expenses covered by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. This is a seemingly simple concept, but countless workers who are injured find themselves encountering obstacles when their claims are denied or their employer disputes that the injuries are workplace-related.
Whether you’re a construction worker who has been injured by an unsafe environment or a truck driver who was harmed while transporting cargo, you deserve to have access to benefits if your injuries were caused by your employer. Even if you work in an industry with inherent risks, that doesn’t mean you deserve to suffer from injuries and lose wages from missing work to heal.
At Ramsay Law Firm, P.A., our Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys are dedicated to clients throughout North Carolina who have been injured at the workplace. We can protect your rights to help you work towards a secure future. Our Charlotte unsafe workplace lawyers have extensive experience and aren’t afraid to go up against large companies.
Representing Your Worker Rights
Our team of attorneys has helped workers across a range of industries and can apply our knowledge and experience to your case while also understanding that you have unique concerns and needs that must be addressed. We offer free consultations so we can meet with you one-on-one and learn more about your story.
We’ve proudly represented the following types of injured workers:
- Construction workers
- Healthcare workers
- Hospital workers
- Police, fire, and municipal workers
- Professional athletes
- Service industry workers
- Truck and vehicle operators
- Truck drivers
- Union workers
- Factory, warehouse, and manufacturing workers
Our team of Board-Certified attorneys has focused on workers’ compensation and personal injury cases for years and remains informed on new federal laws, industry regulations, and more. We’re more than happy to educate you on the laws that pertain to your injury so you understand what is at stake and how we can help you navigate the legal system.
Hazardous Professions to be Aware Of
Though workplace accidents can happen in any environment, there are some professions that come with more risks than others. Our attorneys can represent you even if your injuries are complicated. Sometimes injuries can worsen pre-existing conditions and entitle you to workers’ compensation benefits.
Construction workers are surrounded by hazards every day on the job, from heavy machinery to tall platforms to unstable buildings. According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), 874 workers were killed in work accidents in 2014. Construction workers are often injured in falls, machinery accidents, slip, and fall accidents, and as a result of being struck by objects. While sometimes accidents are and no one’s fault, it’s still recommended that you consult our attorneys regarding your injuries so we can determine whether or not you can qualify for workers’ compensation.
Truck drivers transporting cargo often are injured in motor vehicle accidents – one of the leading causes of injury in the United States. Drivers can be injured in a variety of ways besides in a collision with other vehicles. Drivers can acquire injuries by loading or unloading cargo when making roadside repairs, and by slipping and falling when they enter or exit the vehicle. Drivers can also be injured if their trucks are unbalanced, causing the truck to tip over during a turn.
There is no disputing that healthcare workers have physically demanding jobs. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), healthcare is the fastest-growing sector of the U.S. economy and employs more than 18 million workers. Some injuries associated with healthcare include patient transfers, slip, and fall accidents, and injuries resulting from exertion under the pressure of understaffing.
Contact our Charlotte workers’ compensation lawyers to represent you as a worker at (704) 376-1616. If you’ve been injured, we can go up against your employer and their insurance company to ensure you secure the benefits you’re entitled to.
Why Choose Ramsay Law Firm?
Familiarity With the Medical Field and How to Effectively Argue Cases
Work Directly With An Attorney Who Is Devoted to Your Success
Over 60 Years of Combined Experience With Workers' Compensation Cases
Two Board Certified Attorneys Dedicated to Your Recovery
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