Getting injured at work can become a burden both financially and medically. Your bills can pile up while you are unable to work and not receiving a paycheck. This can be a stressful and confusing time, and it is critical that you minimize the disruption in your life by getting the assistance you need. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys will work with you to restore your health and protect your finances.
Workers’ compensation laws are designed to protect employees when they are injured in an accident on the job or during job related activities. You can receive the necessary medical treatment and wage benefits while you are out of work. Our legal team is mindful of the demands that have been placed on you because of your accident, and we are deeply committed to helping the injured worker.
At Oxner + Permar, pllc we treat our clients as family, not a case. We are committed to protecting your future and will provide representation that shows a deep understanding of the special challenges you are facing as an injured worker. Contact us today at our Greensboro location, 629 Green Valley Rd, Suite 300, Greensboro, NC 27408, where we have served injured workers since 2005.
We also handle cases related to vehicle accidents, as well as Social Security Disability.
For help with workers’ compensation or any of these other legal areas in Greensboro, NC, call our Greensboro office at 336-222-2222. You can also come visit our location on the third floor of the Bank of America building.
Mon - Fri: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Greensboro, the third-largest city in North Carolina, was named after Major General Nathaniel Greene, a commander in 1781’s Battle of Guilford Court House. Greene’s American forces caused severe casualties on the British Army prior to withdrawing to Wilmington. Greensboro now hosts the PGA’s annual Wyndham Championship and is also home to the Greensboro Grasshoppers, a minor league baseball team that plays at NewBridge Bank Park.
Below is a list of some of the defendants we have successfully brought claims against: