Wherever you work or however you were hurt, our workers’ compensation attorneys have answers.
We serve injured workers across North and South Carolina.
When we leave home and our families for work, most of us take for granted that we’ll return at the end of the day or shift. And most of the time, we do—perhaps a little tired, but otherwise unharmed.
Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky.
Every day across North and South Carolina, hardworking Americans are hurt and killed on the job. Some of these incidents are freak accidents, but many are the result of negligence on the part of an employer, coworker or third-party.
There’s no doubt that a serious work-related injury or illness can put tremendous hardship and strain on an individual and their family. The good news is that both North Carolina and South Carolina have workers’ compensation laws in place to provide financial support and relief for struggling workers who’ve been injured at work.
These monetary benefits for medical bills and lost wages are available to injured workers regardless of who caused the injury, as long as you were working in the course and scope of your employment.
Unfortunately, businesses and insurance companies don’t always play by the rules.
In North Carolina, there were 178 reported fatal work injuries in 2018. The industries with the highest death rate were:
- Private and commercial transportation
- Construction and specialty trades
In South Carolina, over 32,000 nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported by private industry employers in 2016. The industries that accounted for the most reported cases were:
- Natural resource and mining
- State and local government employees
If you have questions about filing a work injury claim in North or South Carolina, or you need experienced legal representation to fight for the benefits you’re entitled to, contact our Charlotte work injury attorney as soon as possible. Securing the best possible outcome and resolution in your case is our top priority. Your first consultation is free.
Injured at work?
Types of injured workers we commonly represent
The Wilder Pantazis Law Firm is proud to serve many different types of injured workers across North and South Carolina. That said, certain professions and industries are inherently more dangerous and deadly, so we regularly meet with individuals who were hurt while working in the following jobs or occupations:
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Nuestro bufete se especializa en la ley de compensación laboral de Carolina del Norte y Carolina del Sur. Tenemos muchos años de experiencia apoyando a los trabajadores que han sufrido por una lesión de trabajo.
How long do I have to file a workers’ comp claim?
In both North and South Carolina, the statute of limitations for workers’ compensation claims is 2 YEARS from the date of the injury (or discovery of the condition). After this period expires, you will no longer be able to file a claim and will lose your right to compensation forever. The sooner you speak with our attorneys about your case, the better.
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Client reviews and testimonials
The people working at Wilder Pantazis Law Firm are delightful to work with. They are all friendly, courteous, knowledgeable and very professional. They all make you feel at home in their office and that you are the most important client they have. I would definitely recommend this law firm for your legal needs. They are worth every penny. - Jackie R.
“Beau Wilder was great to work with on my Workers’ Compensation case. He was always available to answer questions and made the process seamless. He went above and beyond in the whole process! Highly recommend letting him help you.”
- Brandon Watts
“Beau Wilder was amazing to work with regarding my workers’ compensation case. Mr. Wilder treated me like family and fought hard for my rights and compensation. I recommend Mr. Wilder for anyone looking for a professional, hardworking and genuine attorney!”
- Daniel Hardin
“Ms. Pantazis breaks the mold of the normal attorney. You don’t feel like you need a shower after talking to her. She is friendly, honest and truly cares about her clients. Things didn’t go as well as I wanted but would’ve been worse with anyone other than Annemarie.”
- William Gross
Have questions? Get answers from our work injury attorneys
No matter your job or place of employment, we want you to understand that there are certain rights and benefits available to you under workers’ compensation law in your state. Our work injury attorneys can cut through the legal jargon and red tape. We can explain what happens after a workplace accident and what to do next when you’re injured at work in North or South Carolina. Our mission to help you secure the maximum benefits you deserve as quickly as possible.
Right now, you probably have a lot of questions. You may be feeling stressed, anxious and confused. As medical bills start piling up, you might be wondering how you and your family are going to survive this financial crisis. Let us provide you with some answers based on our extensive experience, knowledge and passion. Simply fill out the form below or give us a call to begin exploring your legal rights.