Goldsboro Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Workers' compensation is a program that was instituted in the U.S. during the 1920s. It was designed as a source of compensation to pay for the medical expenses of employees whose illness or injury occurred on-the-job, or as a result of working conditions.

But some people who have become injured or ill as a result of their job are afraid to file a workers' compensation claim because they fear they will be fired for doing that.

Our attorneys will protect your right to file a workers' comp claim and they will work to recover for you all you deserve.

The Skilled Wayne County Work Injury Attorneys at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C.

Workers' compensation is not just for people with burns, broken bones and slip-and-fall accident injuries. Our North Carolina workers' comp lawyers have extensive experience helping people who have suffered injuries and illnesses, such as:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Strained back/neck/shoulder
  • Hearing/vision loss
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Occupational diseases (brown lung)

To find out whether your injury or illness can be covered by workers' comp, please contact us to discuss your circumstances with one of our Goldsboro workers' compensation attorneys. We can explain the process and possible next steps to achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.

State Employees — Hospital Employees — Correctional Facilities Officers

Many people, such as nurses, health care and elder care providers, transportation department workers and prison guards, have jobs that require significant physical exertion due to frequent lifting of people, products and equipment.

Our attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of workers' comp cases; from large state-run facilities to small medical offices.

We manage every detail of our clients' workers' comp claims so they can concentrate on getting better, instead of getting busy trying to manage the endless details involved in these types of cases.

The team of legal professionals at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., can handle all of your paperwork and resolve any issues with your weekly benefits. Our workers' comp clients have shared with us that they were very relieved when we took over all the phone calls from insurance adjusters, case managers, vocational rehabilitation counselors and others who usually become involved in these types of cases.

We offer free consultations, at no obligation, to all people who have become injured or ill due to workplace conditions.

Contact us to arrange a convenient, private meeting with one of our North Carolina workers' comp claims attorneys.