Leading Fatal Jobs in NC
According to the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL) in 2014, Construction and manufacturing jobs were two of the leading occupations for fatalities in North Carolina. Construction work makes up for over 40% of the total number of work place fatalities and manufacturing makes up for more than 20%. Jobs such as construction, manufacturing, transportation, public utilities, etc. can be dangerous. If you've been injured on the job you will need an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer on your side. Remember your employer has an insurance company working for them to protect their rights, don’t you think you should have someone protecting yours?
The lawyers at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban have over 175 years combined experience and know the workers’ compensation laws in North Carolina. Whether you are a brick mason, electrician, plumber, painter, engineer, assembler or a transportation driver, you deserve compensation for medical treatment and wages lost due to your on the job injury. If your injuries are permanent you may also be entitled to future compensation, but your employer may not always offer this information upfront.
If you've been injured on the job in North Carolina call Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban today, fill out a free online case evaluation form or chat live with one of our Intake Specialists.