The Bollinger Law Firm, PC, is based in Charlotte, but takes workers' compensation cases across North Carolina.
Most likely, your employer has paid workers' compensation insurance premiums on your behalf. You are not applying for welfare or charity when you apply for workers' comp or other benefits after you are injured or become disabled on the job. On the contrary, you are making a claim for what is rightfully yours, provided that your injuries or disabilities meet the necessary criteria.
At The Bollinger Law Firm, PC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we help clients secure the workers' compensation benefits they need to move forward after a serious job injury and pursue other applicable benefits to which they may be entitled, such as Social Security Disability benefits. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Charlotte workers' compensation attorney.
Mecklenburg County On-the-Job Injury Attorneys With Extensive Experience in Workers' Compensation
When a client tells us, "I got hurt on the job, " our skilled lawyers are ready to offer valuable counsel and assistance throughout the entire workers' compensation process. Armed with a strong record of success, they are fully prepared to assist you with the following matters:
- Securing medical care for work injuries
- Obtaining lost wages
- Combating unlawful termination relating to your on-the-job injury
- Pursuing attendant care following a catastrophic work injury
- Protecting the rights of injured truck drivers
Our Charlotte workers' compensation attorneys have considerable experience handling both accepted workers' compensation cases and denied workers' compensation cases for clients suffering from all types of work injuries, such as:
Social Security Disability
We represent clients who have been denied Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. We can help you file an appeal and attend administrative hearings to help secure the benefits that are rightfully yours. Our attorneys will always take the time to answer your questions such as: Can I work and still receive SSD/SSI benefits ?
Additional Areas of Practice
At The Bollinger Law Firm, PC, we also handle cases involving:
- Contested unemployment hearings
- Railroad disability benefits
- Veteran's benefits
- ERISA-related cases, including short and long-term disability
- Personal injury
- Elder law
If you are in need of dedicated legal assistance in any of our practice areas, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm to schedule a free consultation. Our office is easily accessible for those with disabilities. Free parking is available.
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