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Use Compass™, our online guide, to learn how we can help you.
Hi , it’s great to meet you!
First, what do you do for a living?
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Is your injury or disability
related to work?
Ok , you weren't hurt at work. Where were you hurt?
, can you tell us the name of your insurance company?
A few more questions, is there anything else you would like to tell us about your situation?
Would you like us to contact you?
Ok , last question. What is your zip code?
Welcome to Oxner Thomas + Permar, PLLC
Injured at work?
Have you been injured at work? Are you unable to work, yet have bills to pay? What will happen to you and your family?
If your injuries occurred at work or during work-related activities, and if they were due to an accident, you are entitled to workers compensation. But how do you make sure that you get what is rightfully yours?
Let us suggest that you start by getting information. You’ve probably figured out that the adjusters don’t tell you everything. The Industrial Commission doesn’t. So we do. Learn more!
Been in an accident?
Have you been in an accident? Whether it was a car or a truck accident, or maybe even a construction site accident, you’re now hurt and you need reliable and trustworthy information – fast. You can get a head start with finding some of that information right here on this website or by speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney.
If you’re in North Carolina, you have come to the right place. At Oxner + Permar, we provide our clients with all the information needed to proceed. Our lawyers have many years of experience with helping people just like you, people who have been injured through no fault of their own. Learn more!
Are you disabled?
Are you disabled and unable to work? If so, you may be eligible for support through the Social Security/disability system. You’ve paid your Social Security taxes all of your working life, and you’re entitled to get paid benefits when you’re disabled. Every year, when you get your annual statement, there’s a line that tells you how much you would receive in case of disability.
You hoped that this would never apply to you. But now things are different. You rightfully expect that Social Security would come through for you in this time of need. It seems straightforward enough. Get a claim form, file it, and start receiving checks. No attorney, lawyer, or other legal advice required. Learn more!