Are you wondering if you have a case for workers’ compensation benefits? Below is a short form where you can share some simple details. Martha or Scott will review the information and let you know if we believe your situation would benefit from further review. Of course, you can feel free to call us at (704) 376-1616 if you prefer!
North Carolina workers’ compensation specialist, Martha Ramsay, knows you may have a lot of questions after being injured at work or while on the road.
When someone screws up at work, or employees are hurt because of unusual circumstances, it shouldn’t be hard to get answers about how you are going to get your life back on track.
Just ask me.
I’m Martha Ramsay, and I have seen every type of worker’s compensation case imaginable, including working with employers and insurance companies who do the right thing — and aggressively pursuing those who do not.
I just need to know if you are an employee, and when, where, and how you were injured to provide the legal guidance you need to make informed decisions about your workers’ compensation claim.
If you have been hurt at work, you do not have to be afraid of the unknown, including which doctors you can visit, who is going to pay your medical bills and workers’ compensation benefits, or if you even have a case.
I am attorney Martha Ramsay and I have answers.
I help injured people, starting with a completely free, easy, and confidential phone call, or by sharing some of the details of your injuries in the secure questionnaire below, and I will get back to you with real-time solutions.
I provide injured workers with their legal rights and options to pursue workers’ compensation benefits in North Carolina.
Call me today or complete the form below now to achieve the peace of mind you need to heal with confidence.
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