Representing Clients in Fayetteville, NC & Surrounding Communities Since 2008
In every industry, there are certain safety measures in place to ensure you and your co-workers are safe and do not get injured on the job. This is especially true for fields such as trucking or construction, as there are added risks. There are unfortunately some employers who fail to uphold these stands, which can lead to injuries in the workplace.
Workers Compensation insurance helps cover medical expenses and bills for individuals hurt in work-related accidents. It is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible if you have been injured on a jobsite or in work-related accidents.
Mr. Harris has extensive experience litigating Workers’ Compensation cases before the North Carolina Court of Appeals. This includes Bennish v. N. C. Dance Theater, Sanhueza v. Liberty Steel Erectors, and Martin v. Cummins South, Inc.
When you need medical treatment, you put trust in your provider and medical staff to keep your best interests in mind. Unfortunately, carelessness, medical errors, and a lack of judgement can lead to tragedy and a breach of trust. If you or a loved one have been a victim of wrongful death, unexplained illness, a misdiagnosis, or other form of medical malpractice, the team at the Cotton Law Firm is here to help.
We work directly with you to aggressively pursue your case. We are determined to help you obtain the compensation you and your family deserve. We have the litigation skills and attention to detail needed to successfully pursue this type of case.
In 2004, Harris and co-counsel, obtained one of the largest medical malpractice settlements in the state of N.C.
You have a legal right to go to civil court to seek restitution if you believe you have been wronged. Finding quality representation for your case is essential. Our attorney and staff work diligently to gain a full understanding of your needs and situation. It is our goal to help you fight for your right to reasonable treatment.
In 2009, Harris resolved what is considered to be the largest voluntary police liability settlement in Mecklenburg County history.