North Carolina Workers' Compensation Cases

The great state of North Carolina is situated between South Carolina and Virginia on the Atlantic coast of the United States. The coastal portion of the state is renowned for its beautiful and pristine beaches near cities like Wilmington and throughout the Outer Banks region. Home to roughly 9.4 million citizens, North Carolina is the tenth most populous state in the nation. Additionally, the Tobacco Toad area is home to four of the country's best colleges: the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, North Carolina State University and Wake Forest University.

The stress of an on-the-job injury can be overwhelming due to the physical pain and economic uncertainty that follows. Filing for workers compensation and attempting to obtain your benefits by yourself only increases your stress because you are navigating a difficult and complicated system. Hiring a knowledgeable and experienced North Carolina workers compensation attorney like those at Lee Law Offices gives you an invaluable resource to help you through the process. We have helped thousands of clients receive benefits, and we want to help you too. As professional advocates, our attorneys know the law and we are eager to put our experience to work for you.

The North Carolina workers compensation system was created as a streamlined way to distribute benefits to injured workers. This system was put in place to get injured workers the medical care they need while avoiding lengthy civil lawsuits that can often occur when people are injured on the job. However, when an injury is serious enough, companies often question the nature of the injury and the type of care needed by the injured party. In such instances, it is imperative to have a sophisticated attorney to protect your interests and get you the medical care you need. Our lawyers are intimately familiar with the workers compensation system and we can provide guidance to help guide you through the process.

Lee Law Offices has offices throughout most of North Carolina and we encourage you to call or email us to receive a free consultation. Our firm can be reached toll free at 1-800-887-1965, and we are happy to schedule an appointment at any of our office locations, or we will come to your home or hospital room to discuss your injury case. Lee Law Offices's website can also be used to set up a meeting by filling out our online form at

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