Every day, Michael Workman is helping people who have suffered injury through no fault of their own. Over the years, the firm has achieved million and multi-million dollar recoveries for clients in a wide variety of cases, including automobile and commercial truck crashes, brain injuries, defective products, and wrongful death.

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Attorney Michael Workman

North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer

Every day, Michael Workman is helping people who have suffered injury through no fault of their own. Over the years, the firm has achieved million and multi-million dollar recoveries for clients in a wide variety of cases, including automobile and commercial truck crashes, brain injuries, defective products, and wrongful death.

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Time is running out.

Don’t lose your right to the money you deserve. The law limits your time for filing a claim. Act now before it’s too late!
Call Now - 704.714.6551

Throughout the whole case, Michael had his heart totally involved in it. He went beyond what any other attorney would have done. I’m very thankful to have had him as an attorney. I recommend him to anybody and I always do send whoever needs an attorney to him.

Michelle

Former Client

I was in a terrible accident with a tractor trailer. Michael became a friend of mine because he was concerned about my case. He gave it all he had, and I want to thank him for that today. Mary

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Practice Areas

Charlotte, NC attorney specializing in Motor Vehicle Crashes

Motor Vehicle Crashes

When the Rules of the Road are violated.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Brain Injury Litigation

Brain Injury

The silent epidemic.

Charlotte NC Attorney Specializing in Wrongful Death Litigation

Wrongful Death

When your loved one's life is taken.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Pool Filter Explosions

Pool Filter Explosions

Filter top blow offs occur without warning.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in workplace injuries

Workplace Injuries

Safety first, not last.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in business litigation

Business Litigation

When you're the victim of a financial scam.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in product hazards

Product Hazards

Consumer safety always comes first.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in birth injury

Birth Injury

What to do when they hurt your baby.

Charlotte NC attorney specializing in Premises Liability

Premises Liability

How to protect yourself

Latest Blog Entries

Eight Tips to Vary Your Protein Routine

by Isabelle Workman Adults need approximately 5 to 7 ounces of protein a day. Here are some ways to vary your routine: 1. Vary your protein food choices – experiment with main dishes made with beans, peas, nuts, soy, and seafood. 2. Choose seafood in place of meat twice a week – try salmon, trout, and herring. 3. Make meat and poultry lean or low fat – like round of sirloin and ground beef that is at least 90% lean. Trim fat from meat and remove poultry skin. 4. Have an egg – one egg a day does not increase your risk for heart disease. 5. Eat plant protein food more often – beans and peas (kidney, pinto, black or white beans, split peas, chickpeas, hummus, soy products- tofu and veggie burgers, nuts and seeds. They are naturally low in saturated fats and high in fiber. 6. Think small when it comes to meat portions – get the flavor you crave but in smaller portions. 7. Check the sodium – check the nutrition facts label linked to sodium. Pick items low in sodium. 8. Make a healthy sandwich – choose turkey, roast beef, or peanut butter. Many deli meats are high in fats and sodium so choose wisely. Your body will thank...

Why Eating Whole Grains is Important

by Isabelle Workman 1. Grains are important sources of many nutrients including dietary fiber, several B vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and selenium. 2. Dietary fiber from whole grains helps reduce blood cholesterol and may lower the risk of heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Fiber containing foods such as whole grain help provide a feeling of fullness and fewer calories. 3. Whole grain contains iron and vitamin C. Whole and refined grain products are major sources of iron in American diets. 4. Whole grains are sources of magnesium and selenium. Magnesium is a mineral used in keeping bones strong and releasing energy in muscles. Selenium protects cells from oxidation. It is important for a healthy immune system. 5. Consuming whole grains as part of a healthy diet reduces the risk of heart disease. 6. Eating whole grains helps in weight...

Happiness Boosters

by Isabelle Workman When you are stressed or sad, it’s easy to bury your head under the covers or hit the fridge. Lift your spirits with one of these simple, science-backed secrets instead. 1. Grab Some Art Supplies – the adult coloring craze is still going strong, and not only is it fun, but the act of coloring an image lowers anxiety and improves your mood. Try painting. Try the stress less Paint by Number Flowers Kit. (Amazon) 2. Exercise Your Gratitude Muscle. Focus on unique, specific small stuff. Examples “I’m happy for my health because it allowed me to go for a 30 minute walk today. If you keep it up, you’ll notice all these little things to be grateful for including conversations with friends, or a flower in your yard. 3. Have A Bucket List Buddy. Spend money on travel and life experiences with someone rather than buying material things. 4. Get Real About Social Media. If Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter make you feel good, have at it. But if it brings up negative emotions or FOMA (fear of missing out), step away. 5. Smile – it is not always easy, especially when you are sad or angry, but research suggests that if you make yourself smile by recalling happy memories, you can improve your...

Be Active Adults

by Isabelle Workman Adults who are physically active are less likely to develop chronic diseases: 1. Start Activities Slowly – and build up over time. This will prevent injury. After a few weeks, increase how often and how long. 2. Get Your Heart Pumping – Do at least 4 hours a week of physical activity like brisk walking, hiking, swimming, or even skating. Spread your activities over a week and do them at least 15 minutes at a time. 3. Make Active Choices Throughout The Day – take the stairs instead of the elevator. Park far away from the grocery. Take a 15-minute walk on your lunch break. 4. Strength Training For Healthy Muscles And Bones – do weight training at least twice a week for 30 minutes, including push-ups, sit-ups, or working with resistance bands. 5. Stay Flexible – add a Pilates or Yoga class to your weekly routine. This will help your balance and prevent falls. 6. Use The Buddy System – join a walking group, attend fitness classes at your gym. Your buddies will encourage you to keep being active. 7. Get A Tracker – fit bit, viva fit, or super tracker. Any of these will help you maintain your daily goal of 12,000 steps. 8. Have Fun – choose an activity that you like and enjoy and that makes you...

Happy Birthday USA!!

by Isabelle Workman The 4th of July, also known as Independence Day, has been a federal holiday since 1941. But the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence. From 1776 to the present day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American Independence. Here are some interesting facts about the 4th of July: 1. John Adams envisioned fireworks as part of the festivities and the first fireworks were set off July 4, 1777. 2. The Declaration of Independence was signed by 56 men from 13 colonies and it marked the beginning of all out war with the British. The first signature was John Hancock. 3. New York City has the biggest fireworks display in the US. 5. Three US presidents died on July 4th. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson (major rivals) died within hours of each other in 1826. James Monroe died in 1831. 6. Two of the US national symbols were made abroad – the Statue of Liberty from France and the Liberty Bell from England. HAPPY BIRTHDAY...
Why Hire Workman Law Firm?
Results. Compassion. Courtesy.
Results. For 30 years, Attorney Workman has fought on behalf of accident victims to secure maximum recovery for pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills.
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When to contact an attorney?
In order to fully protect your legal rights, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible after an accident. It is also critical to photograph and preserve all of the evidence in your case, as well as to contact important witnesses.

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I don’t live in North Carolina...
Can you take my case?
If you live in a state where Michael Workman is not licensed, he will associate a local attorney as co-counsel. Michael will then be able to represent you in your state.
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How do I pay for my legal fees?
If you have been physically injured at work, at home, or involved in an accident, then we accept most cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you owe us no legal fees unless there is a final recovery.

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