Fired For Making a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Were you fired for making a workers’ compensation claim at your job? This is illegal.Check out this video and then call our office for immediate help.

Question:

Could I be fired or lose my health insurance if I file a workers’ comp claim?

Answer:

Someone called me the other day who had reported their injury on the job to their supervisors. The supervisors sent them to the urgent care. Of course, the urgent care told them they could return to work in two days, even though they felt that was too soon.

When they Fired For Making a Workers' Compensation Claimreturned to their workplace, they weren’t just greeted by their supervisor; they were greeted by three different people from management. When that happens, it’s a red flag that things aren’t going right in your workers’ compensation case and that you probably need an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to assess your entire case. It also means that you may need a workers’ compensation attorney that’s going to take your case to court and make the company follow the workers’ compensation laws in North Carolina.

When you are confronted with this situation, contact an experienced attorney and get some help. The sooner, the better. The more that goes on, the more chances you may be waiving rights that you have, but don’t even know that you have. Contact our office and let us help you.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured at work in North Carolina and have questions about being fired for making a workers’ compensation claim? Contact experienced Richmond County, NC worker’ compensation lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

We will fight for you and your family.

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