9 Common Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Workers' Compensation Case


When injured on the job many people have questions. They are confused. In their confusion, they may make many mistakes which will destroy their North Carolina Workers' Compensation Claim. In this book, North Carolina Board Certified Specialist, Ben Cochran sheds light on the pitfalls that he has seen over his career in North Carolina workers' compensation claims process.

Penned void of any legal mumbo jumbo, this book is a valuable tool for the residents on North Carolina.

"As a lawyer who works with injured workers' cases day in and day out, I see more and more injured workers being taken advantage of by their employers and the big insurance companies. As a result, I have written this book to level the playing field for injured workers when dealing with his or her employer and the big insurance companies.

It is my sincere hope that the information in this book will make a difference in how injured workers deal with their employers and the big insurance companies"

- Benjamin T. Cochran

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