Janet H. Downing, Attorney at Law
 Workers Compensation
 and Social Security Disability

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TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY NOW?

If you need an attorney, we will come to you within 24 hours, in YOUR HOME or any meeting place you choose in YOUR CITY! We represent clients in all cities in North Carolina! It doesn’t matter where you live in North Carolina, we will come!

Call for a FREE Consultation (910) 672-0310
Attorney Janet Downing will answer and discuss your case.

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In Ms. Downing’s thirty-four years of practicing law, she has been a Deputy Commissioner (hearing officer) for the very state agency that administers your workers’ compensation case.

The size of your workers’ compensation settlement can often depend on your choice of attorney.

HIRE AN ATTORNEY
WHO WILL SETTLE YOUR CASE FOR FULL VALUE

Representing injured and disabled workers is all I do. I have an excellent record of substantial settlements in workers’ compensation cases.
HERE ARE SOME CASES:


$300,000 - Head injury, Cargill
$110,000 - Back injury, Smithfield Packing
$210,000 - Back injury, Goodyear Tire
$225,000 - Back injury, Electrical contractor
$100,000 - Back injury, Electrician
$187,500 - Foot injury, PWC-Fayetteville
$200,000 - Leg injury, Medical records company
$215,000 - Fall injury, John S. Clark Construction
$105,000 - Back injury, sewing plant
$254,000 - Arm injury, RSD, industrial plant
$175,000 - Foot injury, RSD, Surry County Schools
$125,000 - Arm injury, construction work
$180,000 - Attendant care pay for wife
$160,000 - Back injury, automobile dealership
$175,000 - Back injury, Goodyear Tire
$105,000 - Back injury, RJR
$125,000 - Leg injury, RSD, construction work
$175,000 - Leg injury, RSD, Hanes
$105,000 - Shoulder injury, electrical contractor
$100,000 - Ankle injury, Mechanic

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