Charlotte, North Carolina Workers' Compensation Cases

Charlotte is the most populous metropolitan area in the state of North Carolina and is the 18th largest city in the country. The city is home to almost 700,000 people, and is widely regarded as one of the best places to reside in the United States. In fact, Charlotte was ranked as one of the top ten places to live in the nation by both Money magazine and CNNMoney.com. Charlotte is the namesake of Queen Charlotte Sophia of Britain, and consequently is often referred to as the "Queen City." Charlotte is home to big business, as there are numerous Fortune 500 companies headquartered within its city limits. The city is also a major financial center and is the second largest banking center in the country in terms of the amount of assets controlled by the city's banks.

When you are injured on-the-job, not only are you suffering physically from your wounds, but you are also dealing with the loss of income due to your inability to work. This combination generates anxiety for you and your loved ones, and attempting to obtain your workers compensation benefits is a daunting task to undertake alone while under all of that stress. The North Carolina workers compensation system is complicated, and the process of applying for benefits can be intimidating. Hiring a well-trained attorney who is familiar with job-related injury cases gives you the advantage. The lawyers at Lee Law Offices have helped thousands of clients receive benefits and we want to help you too. We are professional advocates who know the law and know how important your benefits are to you and your family. Let Lee Law Offices’s lawyers guide you through the workers comp system so that you can maximize your benefits and get back to work.

The North Carolina workers compensation system was created to give injured workers medical care and get them back on the job. Ideally, this system grants benefits to injured workers without the need for expensive and lengthy lawsuits that might otherwise be filed. However, when a person is injured on the job and the injuries are severe enough, the claim may be contested. If you hire a Charlotte Workers Compensation attorney from Lee Law Offices, you have access to our knowledge and experience, and we will use both to help you. We provide experienced advocacy and advice to all our clients and will fight aggressively to preserve your rights and help you get the benefits you need. If you were injured at work, contact a lawyer at Lee Law Offices immediately by phone at 704-332-1577, or on our website at http://leeandsmith.com/.

Our Charlotte office is located at 1000 Independence Tower, 4801 East Independence Blvd., and is easily accessible from the major highways. To get to Lee Law Offices from Interstate 77, take exit 9 onto I-277/US-74 East. Next bear right at US-74 E/Independence Expressway and after 5 miles, make a u-turn at Glendora Drive. After the u-turn, you will see our offices on the right. Please call to set up an appointment or we will be happy to come to your home or hospital room free of charge to discuss your workers comp injury case.

If you are coming from Interstate 85, take exit 38 to merge onto I-77 S/US-21 S toward Columbia. Next take exit 11 onto I-277 S/North Carolina 16 South. From I-277, take exit 2B, which will be on your left, and merge onto US-74 E/Independence Blvd. After 5 miles on US-74 E/Independence Blvd., make a u-turn at Glendora Drive. After the u-turn, you will see our offices on the right. Please call to set up an appointment or we will be happy to come to your home or hospital room free of charge to discuss your on-the-job injury case.

To reach our offices from I-485, take exit 51A onto US-74 West/East Independence Blvd. towards Charlotte. After 7 miles, you will see our building on the right. Please call to set up an appointment or we will be happy to come to your home or hospital room free of charge to discuss your work accident injury case.

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