My friends at the Law Offices of Alex Berman in Michigan recently posted the 10 questions to ask in searching for a workers’ compensation lawyer. Borrowing from their questions here are the answers relating to my own practice:
1. Are you a Board Certified North Carolina workers’ compensation specialist?
Kevin Bunn has been designated by the North Carolina State Bar as a Board Certified North Carolina workers’ compensation specialist. He is an expert workers’ compensation lawyer.
2. How many years of experience do you have?
I have over 20 years of experience in workers’ compensation law.
3. Do you a free telephone or office consultation?
I do not charge to review your NC workers’ compensation case. I am glad to talk with you on the phone, at your home or at my office about your workers’ comp claim.
4. Do you take your cases to hearing?
Every year I try multiply cases before the North Carolina Industrial Commission. I will take your case to hearing if required to get the benefits you deserve.
5. What about litigation costs?
Litigation costs in workers’ compensation cases are less than in other cases. I will usually advance the litigation costs in workers’ comp cases.
6. Will you meet with me at home or on evenings or weekends?
If you are not able to come to my office I will make arrangements to visit with you where and when it is convenient for you.
7. How much does it cost to hire your law firm?
I handle workers’ compensation cases on a contingency fee basis. This means I receive a percentage of the benefits I get for you. There is no fee unless we win.
8. How quickly do you return telephone calls?
We will return you phone call within 24 hours.
9. Do I need a NC workers’ compensation lawyer?
If you have been seriously injured, are not receiving the benefits you deserve, are considering a settlement, or have questions about your claim, you should contact an experienced workers’ compensation attorney in NC.
10. How do I get started with my North Carolina Workers’ Compensation case?
Call (919) 319-6301 for your free telephone consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer. You are also welcome to contact me at the link on this page.