Standing Up for Injured Workers in North Carolina
When you are up against your employer and an insurance company in a workers' compensation case, you want an experienced advocate on your side to help you succeed. Your opponents will have an adjuster, lawyer and nurse case manager on their side. You should have a lawyer who will stand up for you.
At Ken Wayne & Associates, we have been fighting for injured workers throughout North Carolina since 1994. Our entire office will work with you through every step of the process. However, your case will be handled by your attorney, and will not be delegated to someone you've never met.
Hire a winning team to handle your workers' compensation case by contacting our Charlotte office for a free consultation.
Practicing Solely in the Area of Workers' Compensation
Unlike other attorneys who dabble in a variety of different practice areas, we believe it is best for our clients that we concentrate in one area — workers' compensation claims. Like in sports, where practice makes perfect, we believe that attorneys do their best work when they commit themselves to one specific area of the law. This has been our approach for more than 20 years.
Attorney Ken Wayne is board certified as a workers' compensation specialist by North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has decades of experience helping injured North Carolinians through the workers' compensation process.
We Will Never Work for an Insurance Company
When selecting an attorney to represent you, don't you think it is unwise to select one who also works for the insurance company? At Ken Wayne & Associates, we will never work for an insurance company — we commit ourselves solely to representing injured workers. You will never have to guess where our allegiance is.
Contact us now for a free consultation about your workers' compensation case.
Don't go up against a powerful opponent without first developing a winning game plan. The first thing you should do is hire an experienced lawyer who is ready to fight for you.
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