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    anonymous Guest


    I am having a difficult time finding an attorney to handle my work comp case. Six or seven already declined. Reason, so far, "too much work and not enough return for them".

    Does anyone have any suggestions on finding one who would be willing to take my case? I already went through a referral service that was suggested by the AZ Industrial Commission. No luck. Thanks

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    Apr 2007

    Default Re: Finding a Comp Lawyer

    Best bet, do a google search for AZ attorneys in "workers compensation" that or the yellow pages, you may and probably will have to make quite a few calls...

    Work Comp is one of those areas of law that not many go into, there isnt a big pay off in most cases, and they must win quite a few cases in order to survive.
    Which is a plus in that, if they dont win, they dont eat, makes sense that if they have been in the field for a good while, they are good at it...

    When you do find a good attorney, he is probably in the biz for good reasons, because it sure isnt that they make a lot of money. He cares in other words, i know, i know, this sounds like an oxymoron, attorney who cares... but no attorney asspires to be a work comp lawyer without some sort of personal involment somewhere down the line...

    just my opinion

    Good Luck! and DONT GIVE UP!

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    Mar 2008

    Cool Re: Finding a Comp Lawyer

    I have been with Jerome, Gibson, Stewart,...Runbeck. For many years they don't make much off me. Due to a bad lawyer that made bad choices for me, before I fired her. I am looking for a good back doctor, any ideas???

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    Oct 2006

    Default Re: Finding a Comp Lawyer

    from the prior arizona bar find lawyer link:

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    831 East Morehead St., Ste 355, Charlotte, NC 28202

    Default Re: Finding a Comp Lawyer

    Growchi is correct about work comp lawyers. Try for a good lawyer.
    The North Carolina Court of Appeals has held that "In contested Workers' Compensation cases today, access to competent legal counsel is a virtual necessity." Church v. Baxter Travenol Labs, Inc., and American Motorists Insurance Company, 104 N.C. App. 411, 416 (1991).

    Bob Bollinger, Attorney and Board Certified Specialist in NC Workers' Compensation Law

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