Work-Related Car Accidents
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After getting injured in a serious car accident, you rely on your auto insurance to help you deal with the fallout. If you were driving for purposes related to your job, you may also be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. The only way to know for sure is to seek the advice of our experienced Greenville workplace accident attorneys near Raleigh and Fayetteville. We are extensively experienced in this area of law and bring a collective six decades of insight to every case we take on.
To find out how our experienced lawyers can help you pursue benefits under
workers' compensation law, call the
Ricci Law Firm, P.A. at (252) 285-4081.
Does Your Accident Qualify for Workers' Compensation?
There are many scenarios in which an accident can be related to a person's job duties, for instance:
- Were you driving to meet a client for lunch?
- Were you running an errand specifically requested by your boss?
- Were you driving between job sites?
- Were you driving a client?
- Were you driving a commercial delivery vehicle?
- Were you driving a dump truck, garbage truck, mail truck or any other company vehicle?
These are just some examples of factors that may qualify you for workers' compensation benefits. In a consultation with an experienced work-related car accident lawyer in Greenville, we can thoroughly assess your situation and provide you with candid advice about your personal situation.
We have detailed knowledge of North Carolina workers' compensation laws and know how to effectively prepare a claim to maximize your benefits—whether through the workers' compensation program, a third-party liability claim or both.
Work-Related Auto Accident Injuries
A serious accident can cause bodily harm of a catastrophic magnitude. These types of injuries can prevent you from going back to work and earning an income.
Such injuries include:
Workers' compensation and personal injury lawsuits are designed to help you get the benefits you need to replace the wages you lose and to pay for your medical expenses and for rehabilitative services to get you back to work. If you were acting in the scope of your occupation when the auto accident occurred, you may be entitled to workers' comp benefits in addition to any compensation available through a third-party negligence claim against the at-fault driver.
If you were injured in a work-related auto accident in North Carolina,
call (252) 285-4081 to set up a free consultation with
the Ricci Law Firm, P.A.