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In order to keep our clients and staff safe we will be working remotely or with limited in-person contact. We have reached out to every current client over the last few days to encourage them to communicate with us by email or phone. If you need an in person appointment please let us know.
We are continuing to offer free consultations for injured North Carolina workers. If you have questions about workers’ compensation in North Carolina and would like a free consultation please call us at (919) 319-6301 or (800) 665-8945, or contact us here. If we do not answer leave a message and we will receive it quickly.
In times like this people need sound legal advice more than ever. We are here for our clients and for injured North Carolina workers, as we have been for the last 27 years.
Kevin Bunn - Attorney
Board Certified North Carolina Workers' Compensation Specialist
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.
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