Civilian Contractors

Civilian contractors play essential roles at Fort Bragg and other military bases across the United States. Civilians perform all types of roles, including construction, transportation, food preparation and much more. Private security companies, such as Blackwater USA, are also based near Fort Bragg.

While active duty military are not entitled to workers' compensation for workplace injuries, civilian contractors are. If you have been injured at work, the lawyer you choose can go a long way toward the success of your case. For decades, working people in North Carolina have put their trust in Parker & Frey PLLC.

Helping Injured Civilian Contractors Rebuild Their Lives

Recovering all available workers' comp benefits can be challenging, especially without an attorney on your side. Insurance companies and businesses may go to great lengths to deny or minimize your claim. With our lawyers and staff in your corner, you can take heart knowing that we will prepare the strongest possible claim on your behalf.

With a board-certified workers' compensation lawyer on our team, an AV* rated lawyer and a knowledgeable staff, we provide exceptional representation to injured workers from all walks of life. You can rely on us to analyze your case to fully understand the legal and medical issues, and present a well-researched claim supported by the facts and law. Our intelligent, aggressive approach has been crucial for families across the state.

It Costs Nothing To Speak To Our Team. Get In Touch Today.

We provide a free initial consultation to discuss your accident and injuries in detail. In addition to our Fayetteville office, we also have a location in Dunn. Call 910-591-2551 or complete our online contact form to get started.

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