Reporting a Work-Related Injury
When a work-related injury occurs you may be hesitant to report the injury to your company and/or supervisor for a number of reasons. You should know that delayed or lack of reporting can harm your ability to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Immediately after a work related injury occurs you should report it. Specifically, the report should be made verbally and in written format within 30 days of the work-related injury.
At Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban we know the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation laws and have a dedicated team ready to fight for your compensation. Your only job after a workplace injury should be recovering so you can get back to work. We will relieve the stress and fight on your behalf for all of the workers’ compensation you deserve.
If you’ve been injured on the job call us today for a free case evaluation. There are no upfront fees and you only pay us if we win your case. Call now 855-435-7247 or fill out our free online consultation form.