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Seek help with workers' compensation appeals

It seems that every day, individuals in North Carolina and elsewhere suffer injuries, illness or deaths while on the job. When these things happen, employees or their surviving family members have the right to utilize workers' compensation benefits. Unfortunately, many may find that these benefits are denied or that only partial compensation is granted. If this has happened to you, you may be be able to file an appeal in order to seek full benefits.

The majority of employers in North Carolina are required by law to provide workers' compensation benefits. These benefits are meant to protect employers and their workers. Sadly, though, insurance companies will often only provide the bear minimum when it comes to coverage. This can leave employees and/or their families to shoulder significant physical and/or financial burdens.

While this may be common practice, it is unacceptable. Employees or -- in the event of fatality -- their surviving family members do not have to accept the denial of benefits. An experienced attorney can assist you in taking the steps necessary to appeal such decisions. To learn how, please take a moment and visit our firm's workers' compensation appeals page.

When illness, injury or death strikes while one is on the job, there is no reason as to why an employee or his or her family members should have to shoulder the weight of the resulting losses. Workers' compensation benefits are available for a reason. If you find yourself struggling to receive the full benefit to which you are entitled, an experienced attorney may be able to help you with your appeal.

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