Charlotte Workers' Compensation Attorneys

The Bollinger Law Firm, PC, is based in Charlotte, but takes workers' compensation cases across North Carolina.

Group ShotFounded in 1999, The Bollinger Law Firm, PC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, has a strong reputation as a law firm of advocates for people who are injured at work. Insurers, legal opponents and our former clients know full well that we go to court whenever necessary to ensure that our clients receive workers' compensation benefits that are due to them.

Going to court is the best tool a lawyer has to protect your interest. Therefore, it is important to have a lawyer who will go to court for you if necessary. We are willing to go to court. Some lawyers avoid going to court and want to settle cases before trial. The insurance adjusters know which lawyers prefer to settle the client's case rather than go to court for their client and force the issues. At the Bollinger Law Firm, we are not afraid to go to court! In fact, we pride ourselves on our willingness to go to court to obtain benefits for our clients. And our litigation track record in workers' compensation cases is a public record. Take a look at our courtroom record before you select a lawyer! We WILL go to court for you!

Questions About Workers' Compensation Benefits? Read Our Articles or Talk With Our Attorneys In Charlotte.

To schedule a consultation regarding a work injury or disability claim in North Carolina, contact the law offices of The Bollinger Law Firm, PC. Learn about our qualifications and past successes. We have helped many others such as yourself who were hurt on the job or became unable to work as a result of a disability.

Our law firm is dedicated to helping answer our clients' questions following a workplace accident, such as:

Mr. Bollinger Is A Board-Certified Specialist In North Carolina Workers' Compensation Law

Bobby L. Bollinger, Jr. has earned an AV® Preeminent™ rating through Martindale-Hubbell's peer-review rating system*, and is a Board-Certified Specialist in North Carolina Workers' Compensation Law by the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization. He aggressively and efficiently represents airline employees, health care providers, office workers, construction workers, education professionals, manufacturing workers, government employees, food service workers, repair and maintenance personnel, self-employed small business men and women, professional bus and truck drivers and all other hardworking North Carolinians who were injured on the job.

In addition to workers' compensation cases, our law firm represents injured and disabled clients in Social Security Disability appeals, contested unemployment benefit cases, short- and long-term disability cases and other injury and disability cases.

Our Injured And Disabled Clients Are Entitled To Benefits

Our injured and disabled clients have played by the rules. They followed safety precautions in the workplace. They have paid into Social Security through payroll deductions for years. They did not want, expect or ask to be hurt. Through unfortunate circumstances — traumatic accidental injuries, medical conditions or repetitive stress — they have been injured on the job, or they have been rendered unable to work as they once did because of a disability.

To Make A Disability Benefits Or Workers' Compensation Claim

When it is time to make a claim, insurers and compensation program administrators put roadblocks in the way of legitimate payout of benefits that our clients deserve. Our law firm concentrates on getting favorable results for workers who are entitled to workers' compensation (for workplace injuries) or Social Security Disability (for workers who can no longer work full time).

Experienced Workers' Compensation Attorneys Serving Charlotte, Gastonia And All Of North Carolina

To learn more about our client service guarantee or to discuss your work injury or disability case with our seasoned workers' comp lawyers, contact our law firm online or by calling 704-879-1800 or 866-218-4759.

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer-review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories — legal ability and general ethical standards.