The Deuterman Law Group is a leading injury law firm in North Carolina, serving clients with workers’ compensation and Social Security Disabilty claims. We also help people who have been injured in automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents and those who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries. We represent families in wrongful death cases, as well.
If your situation involves an injury, illness or death that originated in the workplace, you’ll find our specialty is your strength. We handle the following practice areas:
Workers' compensation is a complex and ever-changing area of law. By concentrating our skills and energy in this category, we've gained an expertise that truly sets us apart. As a result, we enthusiastically take on complicated and time-consuming cases that other firms may turn down. More importantly, we are able to use our depth of knowledge in all Workers' compensation-related areas to maximize the outcome of your case.
In our workers’ compensation practice, we handle:
- Construction Accidents
- Workplace & Industrial Accidents
- Third Party Workplace Torts
- Occupational illnesses
If you are injured on the job, you are entitled to medical benefits and compensation for lost wages under North Carolina's workers’ compensation statutes. In some special situations, injured workers may be entitled to additional compensation if someone other than your employer is at fault for the injury. Our team will be able to advise you if this is the case.
Our personal injury practice includes the following types of accidents: automobile or car accidents, truck or commercial vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents and hit-and-run accidents whether you’re the driver, passenger or a pedestrian.
People who suffer these types of injuries likely will need lifelong medical treatment and support as they deal with the many physical, emotional and financial challenges confronting them. Catastrophic injuries include: brain injury, spinal cord and nerve injuries, electrocution, vision loss, hearing loss, amputation, paralysis and severe burns.
North Carolina law allows family members to file suit for wrongful deaths resulting from workplace accidents; medical errors; automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents; defective products and other causes. Family members may be entitled to:
- The value of lost wages and benefits, now and in the future
- Compensation for the loss of companionship, love and affection
- Monetary compensation for emotional pain and suffering caused by the death of a loved one
- Additional damages designed to punish those responsible and to prevent similar tragedies in the future.