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Your Winston-Salem Workers’ Comp Lawyers

Suffering a work-related injury or illness can be incredibly stressful and overwhelming. Dealing with the process of filing a claim for workers’ compensation while you’re trying to heal can be incredibly challenging. But it’s important to remember that you have rights and you don’t have to navigate the legal system alone.

Our experienced Winston-Salem workers’ comp lawyers are committed to protecting the rights of hardworking families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and the surrounding areas If you’ve been hurt on the job and are struggling to receive workers’ comp benefits, please don’t wait to give us a call. We’re dedicated to being a champion for our clients and can help you and fight for maximum compensation after a workplace accident.

We Make
It Easy

We make getting help with your workers’ comp case easy. All you have to do is call us and tell us what happened. If we’re able to help, we’ll take care of the rest so you can focus on getting better!

You Deserve
To Be Paid

Don’t let your employer or your insurance company give you the runaround. After suffering work-related injuries, you have a right to be paid for your lost wages and medical expenses. Let us fight for that right.

No Fees Unless
We Win

The best part is that it doesn’t cost anything to hire our attorneys! We work on a contingency-fee basis, so you can put the full force of our team on your side without worrying about expensive legal fees. In fact, you won’t owe us anything unless we win benefits for you.

You’re Not Alone

In 2018, over 2 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported. Workplace injuries happen every day that can be isolating, overwhelming, and even life-changing. The pressure from piling medical bills and lost wages in addition to dealing with the immense mental and physical pain from your injuries can be unbearable. If you’re in this situation, we want you to know that you’re not alone.

Our Winston-Salem workers’ comp lawyers know what you’re going through and we can help you navigate the legal process to obtain the benefits you need to begin to move forward. At Lewis & Keller, we’re on your side and we’re ready to help. All you have to do is call us!

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Do I Have a Case?

If you have a possible workers’ compensation case, you may be concerned about whether your case will succeed and whether it’s worth the hassle of pursuing. While each workers’ compensation claim is unique and influenced by many factors, workers’ comp cases are generally based on illnesses related to your work tasks, on-the-job injuries, and illnesses caused by exposure to work materials, activities, and equipment. Let’s look at some of the circumstances our Winston-Salem workers’ comp lawyers will review with you in your free case review that will help you determine your next best steps.

Common Types of Workers’ Compensation Injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Bruises and cuts
  • Burns
  • Eye injuries
  • Concussions
  • Fractures
  • Back injuries
Common Types of Workers’ Compensation Accidents
Are You Within the Time Limit to Seek Compensation?

Injured on the Job? Let Us Be a Champion for You!

If you were hurt on the job, you have rights. Let our team be your champion and help you seek the compensation you deserve.

How Can a Lawyer Help?

Workers’ compensation claims can be challenging and complex. Taking on your case by yourself can leave you at a disadvantage, which is why it’s best to enlist the help of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Our experienced attorneys understand the complexities of North Carolina of workers’ compensation laws and can build the strongest case possible on your behalf. We’ll gather evidence, field calls from insurance companies and defense attorneys, and seek compensation you may not know you deserve. Most importantly, we will be your loyal advocate and stand up for your rights. Our Winston-Salem workers’ comp lawyers will be with you, helping you seek the maximum amount for your losses, every step of the way.

Our Results Speak For themselves



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Auto accident resulting in post traumatic stress disorder.



Workplace accident resulting in a traumatic brain injury.

Hurt on the Job? Let Us Be a Champion for You!

Don’t wait to call us for help. Our lawyers are devoted to fighting for the benefits injured Winston-Salem workers deserve. Let us be a champion for you, too!

What Benefits Can I Receive?

As medical bills start to pile up and you’re still unable to make a living while you recover from your workplace accident, you’re likely wondering what benefits you’re entitled to. Workers’ compensation can be your lifeline during this difficult time.

While no two cases are the same and the specific amount you’re able to receive will depend on the circumstances of your situation, injured workers are entitled to the following types of benefits under the North Carolina workers’ compensation system:

Medical Benefits

Your workers’ comp benefits should cover the cost of any medical expenses related to your workplace injuries or illness. This can include the cost of medical evaluations, prescriptions, surgeries, and any required equipment for recovery, such as crutches.

Disability Benefits
Death Benefits
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Were You Hurt on the Job?

Avoid Costly Mistakes in Your Claim, and Download Our Free Ebook!

Our team at Lewis & Keller, including Board Certified Workers’ Comp Specialist Attorney Shannon Warf Kovach, have put together the ultimate guide to seeking workers’ compensation in North Carolina, and it’s absolutely free! Download your workers’ comp Ebook to:

  • Learn what benefits you may be entitled to.
  • Get answers to questions, like why your company won’t pay for your medical bills.
  • Receive guidance on filing your workers’ comp forms.
  • Understand what happens after you file for workers’ compensation.
  • Learn how Lewis & Keller can help you and your family, whether you have an existing or new case.

Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim in Winston-Salem, NC

Keep the following steps in mind when filing a workers’ comp claim in Winston-Salem:

Inform Your Employer

It’s crucial that you inform your employer immediately after your accident. Once your employer is made aware of the incident, they may give you a form to fill out about your accident or injury. Make sure to complete the form accurately and return it as soon as possible. If you wait too long to notify your employer, it could jeopardize your right to benefits.

Seek Medical Attention
Appealing a Denied Claim

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation If the Accident Was My Fault?

Workers’ comp is a no-fault system, which means you’re entitled to benefits even if you were responsible for your injury. As long as the accident occurred while you were on the job, you should be entitled to benefits to help cover your medical expenses and part of your lost wages.

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How Much Will I Get in Benefits?
When Can I Start Receiving Benefits?