The Nine Biggest Myths About North Carolina Workplace Injuries

The 9 Biggest Myths About North Carolina Workplace Injuries
You are hurt on the job in North Carolina and out of work. Now what?

Should you file a claim right away?

Should you play along with your employer who urges you not to file a claim and “see how you feel?”

How do you know if you have a case or not?

I got hurt on the job and got fired. Do I still have a case?

I’m back to work after my work injury, surgery, and a long recovery. What am I entitled to?

How do I deal with the Rehabilitation people?

Should I go to a hearing?

Should I hire an attorney?

These are just a few of the questions answered by Joseph A. Miller, Esq. in his free book, The Nine Biggest Myths About North Carolina Workplace Injuries. You can download the book right here.

You owe it to yourself and your family to be prepared in the event you are hurt on the job. This book is full of critical information that Joe Miller, Esq. has gleaned from his years of representing clients with work injuries. Learn what to expect if you’re hurt on the job and how to protect your rights.

If you would like to speak to Mr. Miller directly, please do not hesitate to call us toll free at 888-694-1671, or email Mr. Miller directly at jmiller@joemillerinjurylaw.com

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