Kevin Bunn - Attorney
Board Certified North Carolina Workers' Compensation Specialist
Are you wondering if you have a NC workers’ compensation case? Are you worried that you are not getting the medical treatment or disability payments you deserve? Do you have questions about whether you should accept an injury “rating” or settle or “clincher” your NC workers’ comp case? If so you have come to the right place. NC Workers’ Comp Attorney Kevin Bunn is here to help.
If you are injured on-the-job in North Carolina you have important rights under Workers’ Compensation law in North Carolina. But there are critical time limitations on your workers’ comp case in NC. It is up to you to make sure these rights do not slip away. Do not rely on your employer or their workers’ compensation insurance company to tell you what is best for you.
NC Workers’ Comp Lawyer Kevin Bunn has received top ratings from clients, judges and lawyers for his knowledge and professionalism, including the prestigious AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. He is among the elite attorneys in North Carolina to have been certified as an expert in NC workers’ compensation law by the North Carolina State Bar.
For over 20 years Kevin has worked to help injured NC workers. Let him help you. Please fill out the contact form on this site or call today for your free, no-risk consultation with Board Certified NC Workers’ Comp Attorney Kevin Bunn. There is no upfront payment required if we take your case.
Located in Cary, NC, convenient to I-40 and Raleigh. Kevin Bunn provides legal services to injured workers across North Carolina, including Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, Wilmington, High Point, Rocky Mount, Wilson, and Greenville.
Some of Our Frequently Asked NC Workers’ Compensation Questions
Should you talk to a workers’ compensation attorney about your case? How can an attorney help you with your claim? What is a Board-Certified Expert in North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law?
Have you been injured on the job in North Carolina? Learn if your injury is covered under workers’ compensation and if you have a workers’ compensation case.
Learn when, where and how to file your workers’ compensation claim in North Carolina. Avoid the common filing mistakes that can kill your claim.
Are you getting all the medical treatment you should for your injury at work? Learn what medical treatment is covered under workers’ compensation in North Carolina and how to get it.
Have you received a disability rating? Learn why accepting payment of a rating is often not the best idea for your North Carolina workers’ compensation claim.
Is your work related medical condition covered by workers’ compensation in North Carolina? What should you do if it is?
Learn what to do when a loved one dies on the job in North Carolina. How much are the benefits and who are they paid to?
Learn about the state agency that administers the workers’ compensation system in North Carolina and acts as North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Court.
Has the workers’ comp insurance company asked you to settle your North Carolina workers’ compensation case? Are you thinking about a clincher agreement? Learn about whether it makes sense to settle your workers’ compensation case in North Carolina
Latest from the NC Workers’ Compensation Blog
A determination that an injured worker is at “Maximum Medical Improvement” (“MMI”) is a critical turning point in the employee’s workers’ compensation case. At MMI an injured worker may choose to receive a Permanent Partial Disability rating payment, decide to begin a...read more
An important goal of the workers’ compensation system in North Carolina is to quickly return injured workers back to gainful employment. Ideally, the worker can return to full-time, full-duty work in his or her prior occupation. But often permanent restrictions...read more
An important goal of the workers' compensation system in North Carolina is to return injured workers back to an appropriate job as quickly as practical. Ideally, the injured worker will be able to return to his or her prior employment. But often employees are not able...read more
The legislature recently tweaked in two ways the definition of “employee” as it applies to NC Workers’ Comp claims. Newspapers lost the presumption that people who deliver their papers are independent contractors rather than employees. While the application of the...read more
North Carolina Workers' Compensation Law: A Practical Guide to Success at Every Stage of a Claim, Third Edition, is now available for purchase. This excellent NC Workers' Compensation Law Guide is edited by Valerie Johnson and Gina Cammarano and is published by the...read more