Should I Give A Recorded Statement To The Insurance Company After An On-The-Job Injury?

When you are seeking workers' compensation benefits, one of the most important things to remember is that your employer's insurance company is not on your side. Too many workers lose out on the crucial benefits they need when their injuries prevent them from working because of errors and a misplaced sense of trust.

One of those errors is giving a recorded statement to the insurance company after suffering an injury on the job. At Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler in Charlotte, our attorneys are some of North Carolina's best when it comes to helping injured workers recover compensation. They make sure you do not say anything in a recorded statement that could hurt your chances of securing workers' compensation benefits.

We Can Protect Your Rights When Insurers Try To Take Advantage Of Them

You may not realize this, but the questions the insurance company asks you are likely designed to get you to answer in ways that can be used against you. The questions may be leading or intentionally confusing, but the goal is to get you to admit to something that it can use to deny your claim.

Since 1986, lawyer John Ayers has been helping injured workers throughout North Carolina recover the workers' compensation benefits they deserve. As his client, you will get the representation you need during this difficult time.

John and the rest of our team can represent you in any dealings with the insurance company, making sure it does not trample your legal rights. If giving a statement is appropriate, you can count on us to make sure you are fully prepared for any questions.

Contact Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler Today For The Help You Need

Our lawyers are ready to guide you through the entire workers' compensation process, and you will not owe us a thing if we cannot secure benefits for you. To learn more, contact us online or call 704-594-4317.