Being injured at work goes beyond simple pain and suffering, it can impact you significantly in terms of medical expenses and lost wages if you’re unable to perform your job duties for any length of time.
With so much at stake, you want a team to handle your case with empathy, legal fortitude, and tenacity to pursue and defend your claim from insurance companies.
State laws require employers with three or more employees to carry workers’ comp insurance. This insurance holds employers strictly liable. You don’t have to prove fault for the injury - just that it occurred during your job duties. This insurance covers medical expenses related to the injury and provides lost wages for time out of work due to the injury.
Many insurance companies seek to protect their own financial interests by limiting their own financial responsibility which results in denied or delayed claims or you being offered a fraction to which you’re entitled.
OUR HIGH PERFORMANCE LAW™ SOLUTION
Powering our workers’ compensation practice are attorneys Bill Senter and Maggie Senter Bennington. With a combined 50 years’ experience, this is the team you need when you are fighting for your future.
As an experienced Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Mediation and Civil Litigation attorney, Bill can handle BOTH your workers’ compensation claim AND your civil case.
Maggie brings considerable insight as a prior defense attorney for an insurance company. Because she has represented employers and insurance companies at mediation and at trial to oppose workers’ compensation claims, she knows the insurance companies' playbooks. She has been on both sides - and now is on YOUR side.
For our workers’ compensation clients, our firm offers no-cost initial consultations. Our cases are paid on a contingency fee basis — if you win, we win**.
Our attorneys can represent clients throughout North Carolina by phone.
*Note: Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results are no guarantee of future outcomes.
**Note: Clients are responsible for costs in addition to attorneys' fees. Percentage of attorney fees is calculated before deducting costs.