We Represent Injured Truck Drivers in North Carolina
A Board-Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law, attorney Bobby Bollinger and his legal team are dedicated to protecting the rights of injured truck drivers in North Carolina. Regardless of your situation, The Bollinger Law Firm is here to help you understand your options and find the most effective way to obtain the care and compensation you deserve from your employer's workers' compensation insurance company. These are powerful companies, but they do not use their power to help victims—their sole focus is money. As the accident victim, you are not the insured, you are the claimant. As such, the insurance company does not have a duty of good faith with you. You can be sure the insurance company does not have your best interest at heart, but The Bollinger Law Firm does.
Truck driving is much more than simply sitting behind the wheel of a big rig. The job requires physical strength and stamina. The time spent on the road and the driver’s responsibilities upon delivery can be physically demanding, and truck drivers can experience a number of serious injuries and illnesses. Back and neck injuries, shoulder pain, and much more can leave employees struggling to perform their job duties, and missed work can cause significant stress to drivers and their families.
At The Bollinger Law Firm, attorney Bob Bollinger and his legal team represent injured truck drivers in North Carolina and help them obtain workers’ compensation benefits that can provide vital medical care and wage replacement compensation. If you or someone you love has suffered an injury on the job, even if you aren’t sure of your rights, contact us today to schedule a free strategy session. Call our Charlotte office or fill out our online contact form to connect with a member of our team who can answer your questions and help you find the most effective way forward.
Truckers and trucking company employees do much more than just drive, and they face job-related risks both on the road and off. Every year, truckers suffer injuries in accidents at terminals, warehouses, and worksites. From loading issues to collisions to falls, these accidents cause serious injuries that require ongoing medical care and keep employees from working. During these times, truckers and their families need the medical care and wage replacement that North Carolina workers’ compensation can provide. Too often, however, employers and insurance companies try to deny these important benefits even for valid claims.
At The Bollinger Law Firm, attorney Bob Bollinger leads an experienced and effective legal team that has helped many injured truckers secure the support they need after an accident. Bob is a Board-Certified Specialist in NC Workers’ Compensation Law, which means he has been recognized by the state bar association as an attorney especially knowledgeable in this complicated practice area and dedicated to the rights of injured workers. If you or someone you love has suffered injuries in a terminal or warehouse accident, take a moment to fill out our online contact form. You’ll hear back from a member of our team who can answer your questions and schedule a free strategy session with Bob.
Highway accidents can have serious, long-term consequences for truck drivers and their families. Neck, back, and brain injuries—along with other complex injuries—can require intense medical care and prevent drivers from working. During these times, workers rely on the medical care and wage replacement benefits provided by workers’ compensation. Unfortunately, employers and insurance companies don’t always have their employees’ best interests at heart, and it can be difficult to obtain the benefits you deserve.
At The Bollinger Law Firm, workers' compensation attorney Bob Bollinger and his legal team have been tenacious representatives for injured truckers all over North Carolina. We work hard to help you overcome all obstacles to the care and compensation you need. We are interested in helping you move forward, not beating you up over mistakes or letting your employer deny your rights. If you or someone you love has suffered injuries in a work-related highway accident, take a moment to fill out the contact form on this page. You’ll reach a member of our team who can answer your questions and schedule a free strategy session with Bob Bollinger.