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Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Lawyers in Huntersville

At the Ramsay Law Firm, P.A., our team of skilled workers’ compensation and personal attorneys in Huntersville bring over 60 combined years of experience to each case we represent, because when it comes to protecting our North Carolina workforce and injured residents, we are all in this together.

Along with our law firm founder and managing attorney, Martha Ramsay, who is a Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, our skilled attorneys listen to each of our client’s stories to learn how their injuries have affected their day-to-day activities, ongoing quality of life, and their plans for the future.

We understand the resistance injury victims receive from insurance companies — whether they have been injured by someone’s negligence during a vehicle collision or while at work — and are here to ensure their representatives are met with an aggressive approach to producing results.

Your Voice. Our Experience. Seeking Solutions for All Injury Victims.

Experienced Huntersville Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Attorney Practice Areas

At the Ramsay Law Firm, our Mecklenburg County workers’ compensation specialists and personal injury lawyers work hard for the hardworking people of North Carolina to protect their rights and pursue real results.

That includes the nearly 56,000 residents of Huntersville, North Carolina. Our Huntersville workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys offer beginning-to-end solutions for all in the following practice areas:

All Workers and Injury Victims Welcome. Ask Martha for Help Today.

Is My North Carolina Employer Required to Carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

At the Ramsay Law Group, our experienced Huntersville workers’ compensation attorneys know that most whether our clients are NFL players or truck drivers, healthcare workers, airline industry professionals, service industry workers, office personnel, municipal employees, and everyone in between, their employer is probably required to carry workers’ compensation insurance in North Carolina.

With very few exceptions, all North Carolina businesses that employ three or more employees must carry workers’ compensation insurance, or qualify as self-insured employers as required by the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act.

This is required because of the overwhelming medical bills, lost wages, and additional expenses our clients face when they have been hurt at work. When their claims are denied, each of our client’s injuries becomes increasingly difficult to rebound from physically, emotionally, and financially.

North Carolina workers’ compensation denials are often based on one of three factors:

  • The employer refuses to confirm the injury occurred during a work-related activity.
  • The insurance company does not believe the employee was hurt.
  • The employee’s obligation to show they were injured in an accident, by a specific traumatic incident or an occupational disease is unfounded.

If your North Carolina workers’ compensation claim has been denied, we can help you file an appeal and protect your rights throughout the process, so you can have a second chance at getting the benefits you deserve.

If you have yet to file a claim and want to make sure you get the paperwork and process right the first time, we can help build your case for success. No matter where you are in the workers’ compensation process, our skilled attorneys in Huntersville are here to help.

If you were fired while pursuing or receiving workers’ compensation, your employer must show — and prove — there was a legitimate reason for terminating your employment, otherwise their actions may be considered retaliatory employment discrimination, or retaliation, which is strictly forbidden under North Carolina Retaliatory Employment Discrimination Act. We can help with that, too.

Help is Here for All Injured Workers. Ask Martha What She Can Do For You.

Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys in Huntersville, North Carolina

At the Ramsay Law Firm, our Huntersville workers’ compensation, and personal injury lawyers know how devastating it is to lose a loved one under any circumstances but losing a loved one in the course of their employment or due to another party’s negligence is overwhelming – physically, emotionally, and financially.

Unfortunately, the latter is often difficult to identify until our clients are overwhelmed by medical bills the deceased incurred before they died, funeral and burial costs, the loss of income and financial contributions he or she would have made, and more importantly, the loss of care and companionship.

Depending on how your loved one lost his or her life, the financial compensation you can pursue from their workplace, or the negligent party may vary.

Our skilled and compassionate Huntersville wrongful death lawyers will walk you through your eligibility to file a claim while outlining your financial recovery options, so you can seek justice on behalf of your entire family.

Ask Martha How We Can Help You Speak for Those Who No Longer Have a Voice.

Contact Our Workers’ Compensation Specialists in Huntersville, North Carolina at the Ramsay Law Firm, P.A. for a Free Consultation Today

At the Ramsay Law Firm, our dedicated workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys in Huntersville are dedicated to helping our North Carolina residents have their voices heard through customized legal representation that ensures you will never get lost in the shuffle or be bogged down by red tape and legal details.

Call us at 704-376-1616 or contact us online to meet with a Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation attorney and allow our skilled team of personal injury lawyers and support staff to handle each detail of your case, so you can focus on your recovery.

Ask Martha How You Can Join Our Proud List of Client Successes Today.

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