LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Joseph Aaron Miller | Oct 21, 2014

Getting Fired after being injured at Work in North Carolina: Do you still have a case?

Many people who are injured at work feel that if they are fired they no longer have a case. While this could be true in a few select circumstances, for the most part this is a myth. In this article we will explain why this is a myth and what you can do if you are fired after being injured on the job

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If you have been severely injured at work and you have been fired even though you are still under restrictions, call Joe Miller Law today and get Strong Justice (SM) on your side. Don’t let your workers’ compensation benefits get cut off. Attorney Joe Miller has been helping injured workers in NC and VA for over 25 years and he knows what needs to be done to make sure you continue to get the benefits you deserve. Call today at 888-694-1671 or visit www.JoeMillerInjuryLaw.com.

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