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Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation & Immigration


Personal Injury Lawyers

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Our Attorneys at Workers' Compensation Lawyers of Charlotte are dedicated to providing professional and dedicated legal services to the people of Charlotte, North Carolina and the surrounding areas.

Practice Areas

Auto Accident

After an auto accident, particularly a more serious one, it is important to act fast and get started with the claims process.
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Personal injury

When someone is injured or killed because of another party’s negligence, North Carolina law provides that they can file a personal injury claim.
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worker's comp

When you sustain a work injury or illness, your primary focus should be on your treatment and healing so you can get back to work.
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About Us


Our attorneys bring years of extensive experience to the table and are committed to putting their wisdom and training to work in your workers’ compensation case. We help individuals from all walks of life through the workers’ compensation claim process. Workers’ compensation can be difficult to handle without legal assistance, so we are always available to discuss your claim in a risk-free consultation.

Personal Injury

There are numerous steps for consideration when instituting a personal injury claim. One of the first matters is determining who is at fault. This is done by determining what party has a duty to act in the situation leading to injury. Our experienced attorneys know what factors to look for and how to obtain fair compensation for your injuries.

Auto Accidents

Auto accidents are among the most common types of personal injury claims. Vehicles are a vital part of our everyday lives, serving as a method of transportation for work and play. Whether you drive a car, operate a motorcycle or ride a bike, you are at risk of injury whenever you travel on the North Carolina roadways.

Workers' Comp

Workers’ compensation is an insurance held by an employer to compensate employees with work related injuries by providing treatment related expenses and payments for lost wages. Under North Carolina law, only certain business are required to maintain workers’ compensation insurance, including those businesses that employ three or more employees.

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