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Mehta & McConnell Injury Lawyers Extraordinary Legal Help for Workers In Need

We understand that hiring an attorney is the last thing you want to think about. That’s why you should hire a firm that has the knowledge, dedication, and experience to deliver you the results that you deserve.

When you hire Mehta & McConnell, you will be working directly with North Carolina State Bar board-certified workers’ compensation attorneys. Our team of attorneys has over 30 years of combined legal experience handling complex and simple cases.

We were both defense attorneys, so we know how insurance companies think and evaluate claims. Knowing how our opponent plays the game gives us a level playing field and helps us achieve the results our clients need and deserve.

If you are dealing with a workplace injury, lost wages, or any other work-related legal and financial problem, schedule a free, no-commitment consultation with experienced Charlotte workers’ compensation attorneys today.

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Client Testimonials

  • Always here for his client
    “Mr. Mehta was very professional He helped my mom from step one all the way to the finish line He had interpreters to help translate when I wasn’t able to help. He was kind and gets the job done He is here for his clients one hundred percent until the end”
    - Luz via Avvo
  • Really went to bat for me...
    "Viral did a great job handling my case and really went to bat for me. If I ever need an attorney again I won't hesitate to contact him.”
    - Sebastian McShane via Google
  • He Will fight for you...
    “He Will fight for you like a mama bear defending her cubs!”
    - Stefan James via Google
  • $125,000 settlement

    Head injury to maintenance technician who fell off ladder.  
  • $112,500 settlement

    Nursing home administrator who fell and sustained accepted head injury and denied back injury.
  • $100,000 settlement

    Right hip injury to restaurant employee

How Can We Help You?

Meet The Attorneys

Over 30 years of combined experience. Focusing on Workers’ Compensation litigation in North Carolina.

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FAQ

  • How should I respond when the insurance company wants to take my recorded statement? The insurance company is probably thinking about denying your case if they have asked to take your recorded statement. The insurance adjuster will try to get you to make statements that weaken your claim. You should always contact an experienced workers’ compensation attorney before giving a recorded statement.
  • How much should I receive in weekly lost wages? If you are out of work due to your work injury, you should receive tax-free benefits in the amount of ⅔ of your pre-injury average weekly wage. The North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act contains a weekly maximum and minimum of disability benefits. If you are back at work but making less than you did prior to your injury, then you are entitled to receive ⅔ of the difference in wages.
  • What should I do if my case was denied? You should immediately contact an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Our North Carolina board-certified workers’ compensation attorneys can help you fight the denial of your case. We will try to resolve the dispute with the insurance company, but we are also prepared to take your case to a hearing if necessary.
  • When should I consider hiring an attorney? Hiring an attorney early in your claim will likely maximize your recovery. Even if the insurance company is paying for your treatment and lost wages, disputes may arise later in your case. At that point, it may be too late for an attorney to preserve your right to workers’ compensation benefits.
  • How are workers’ compensation attorneys paid? Workers’ compensation attorneys are paid on a contingency basis, meaning we don’t get paid unless you do. North Carolina workers’ compensation attorney fees are generally 25% of the amount your attorney recovers for an injured worker.

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