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Workers’ Compensation in North Carolina and Virginia – Most Common Types of Injuries

Workplace accidents happen in all types of businesses. Even jobs that seem perfectly safe, like a computer programmer, can cause injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Even when employers anticipate accidents, there still can be workplace accidents which cause injury. Some of the more common type of workplace injuries are:

  • Amputations
  • Back, neck or spinal cord injuries
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Electrical shock injuries
  • Fractured bones
  • Head or brain injuries
  • Lead paint poisoning
  • Overexertion
  • Severe lacerations
  • Strained ligaments
  • Tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Toxic chemical exposure
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Work-related motor vehicle accidents
  • Knee injuries, such as a torn meniscus
  • Shoulder injuries, such as a torn rotator cuff

How I can help

If you’ve suffered one of the above types of injuries, while working in North Carolina or Virginia, you should contact our office to see if you have a worker’s compensation claim.

If you’ve had the misfortune to suffer a workplace accident, you need good legal help on your side. When you need a great attorney for workplace accidents in Virginia or North Carolina, make sure you contact us online or call Workers Compensation Attorney Joe Miller at 888-694-1671 to find out how he can help.

Virginia Beach Office

5500-B Greenwich Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Elizabeth City Office
(by appointment only)
507 E Main St #K
Elizabeth City, NC 27907

If you are looking at this site, you or a loved one has probably been hurt. If that's true, you've come to the right place. Helping people who have been hurt is what we do. In fact, it is all we do. Joe Miller Law is a law firm concentrating exclusively on representing people who are injured by the carelessness of others or those hurt on the job. We provide the highest quality legal services to people who have been seriously injured. We practice Personal Injury law and Workmens' Compensation law in both Virginia and North Carolina.