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How Much Does it Cost to Review My Workers’ Comp Case?

FREE Case Review 24/7/365

At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we don’t charge to review cases of injured workers. Your case is reviewed for FREE right over the phone – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

We understand that injured workers have enough concerns about money, and one more expense is not an option.

Moreover, if we take your case, you don’t pay an attorney’s fee unless we recover money for you. And you only pay a percentage of the money you recover. If we don’t recover for you, we won’t charge you an attorney’s fee. Guaranteed.

The Insurance Company has Lawyers – You Should Too

We believe the playing field should be equal between injured workers and big insurance companies. They have plenty of attorneys on staff and on retainer to review files – in my estimation, for the purpose of avoiding responsibility. Even if the insurance carrier is paying for medical costs and paying a weekly disability check, they often get legal counsel involved early on, just in case.

What many don’t realize is that even if the insurance carrier has begun to pay benefits, they can suddenly and without warning stop those benefits and medical care during their investigation period (usually a couple of months), if they decide benefits are not warranted.

That’s why we think you should have an attorney represent you, too.

Injured workers don’t always know if hiring an attorney can help. We try to make it easy to make that decision. That’s why we invite anyone injured at work to contact us for a free review.

North Carolina Workers’ Comp Attorneys

If you’ve been injured at work, contact us right away or give us a call at 1-866-900-7078. Let one of our workers’ comp attorneys – six of whom are North Carolina Board Certified Specialists in Workers’ Compensation Law – evaluate your situation for free!

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