Rights of Injured Workers
Your Rights After a North Carolina Work Accident
After suffering injury from a workplace accident in North Carolina, you
need to be aware of the rights that you possess as an injured worker.
In North Carolina, you have the right to pursue monetary assistance for
your injuries through workers' compensation insurance regardless of
who caused the injury. You also possess the right to receive medical care
that is necessary to treat the injury or illness. In some cases, you are
given the right to file a lawsuit against your employer or a third party
who may have caused or contributed to your damages. The Concord
workers' compensation attorney at the firm can provide valuable assistance to protect your rights.
Filing a Lawsuit for Workplace Injuries in Concord or Charlotte
You should not sign any legal documents without consulting your lawyer
from The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. You have the right to
pursue greater compensation than what has been offered by your employer
and insurance company. You may hold the right to file a lawsuit if injured
by a toxic material, by intentional misconduct of your employer, by a
defective product, or by the negligence of a third party. If your employer
does not carry adequate insurance to cover your workplace injuries, you
also hold the right to file a lawsuit.
Right to Legal Representation
You have the right to obtain the legal representation of a knowledgeable
Concord workers' compensation lawyer. The Law Offices of Darrin M.
Gamradt, P.C. can ensure that you obtain the compensation you deserve.
Your employer only has the right to control where you receive medical
treatment for the first 90 days after the accident if he or she has provided
a valid list of doctors. As an injured worker, you must be given a choice
of at least six different doctors or else you have the right to select
any physician you choose.
Contact The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. today if your rights were compromised!