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For years, the experienced legal professionals at Whitley Clark Attorneys At Law have been providing clients across the state of North Carolina with quality counsel. Our firm is dedicated to upholding fairness and justice, all with the utmost respect and concern for the law. From Charlotte to Raleigh to Jacksonville, our legal team has experience litigating all types of civil matters, whether personal injury, workers’ compensation, or social security.

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Workers' Compensation

When dealing with an injury sustained in your workplace, a personal injury or workers’ compensation case may be filed to help recover money for medical expenses, lost earnings, and other damages.

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Social Security Disability

When a person applies for Social Security benefits for the first time after they are no longer able to work due to a disability, they often do so without an attorney’s advice. In some cases, the benefits are denied entirely due to an error on the form or because the disabled individual does not fully understand the process of obtaining benefits. In other cases, a person may not understand the definition of disabled or how to fulfill earning requirements, which are set forth by the Social Security Administration.


At the Whitley Clark , we understand that being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic experience. Depending on the severity of the accident, you could be dealing with serious injuries, mounting medical bills, extensive damage to your vehicle, and even the inability to work or enjoy time with your family as you normally would.


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Injured Worker’s Responsibility

Report Injury in Writing Once an injury occurs, it is very important to report the injury in writing to your supervisor. This is true regardless of how minor you think the injury may be. The N.C.G.S. 97-12 specifically states that the injured worker provide written notice to their employer as soon as practical and no […]

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What Options Are Available To You If You have a Social Security Disability Claim?

If you become disabled and are no longer able to work, either short-term, long-term or ever again, there are several options available. And not all of them are equally beneficial to you. Option 1: Don’t file a Social Security claim, pay for all your expenses yourself, “suck it up” and deal with losing your wages […]

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