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

7 Powerful Steps to Healthy Habits

by Isabelle Workman A lot of taking care of health is up to you. You decide what to eat and how much to eat. You choose whether to exercise and what to do. Maybe you would like to do something to improve your health, like losing weight and/or exercising. You will raise your chances of reaching your goal by making a plan that is specific, realistic, and practical. Example that is not specific – I will eat less. Example that is specific – I will eat 1 slice of toast for breakfast instead of 2. Example that is not realistic – I will walk for at least 2 hours every day. Example that is realistic – I will walk for 30 minutes, 4 days a week. THINGS TO DO: 1. Get rid of unhealthy foods in your kitchen so they won’t tempt you when you are trying to make new habits. Stock up on vegetables and fruit instead of high fat snacks. 2. Find time for your new habit by changing your schedule. If you like to walk in the morning, get up earlier so you will have time before going to work. 3. Plan ways to get around any roadblocks that might come up. Bring snacks from home instead of hitting a vending machine. 4. Keep track of your efforts by writing down what you are doing. Use a notebook, a pedometer, or an online food and activity tracker. 5. Vary your routine to keep it interesting. Instead of just walking, try bicycling, dancing, tennis, Zumba or any activity that can grab your interest and keep it. 6....

September is Healthy Aging Month

by Isabelle Workman 1. Eat a healthy and balanced diet – enjoy a diet filled with low fat protein, dairy, whole grains and lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. Cut down on processed foods and any foods high in sugar and fat. Add extra fiber to your diet. 2. Stay active and fit – regular exercise can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, arthritis pain, anxiety and depression. Find a physical activity that you enjoy whether it’s walking, bicycling, swimming, yoga, or strength training and keep up at it. 3. Get regular check ups – getting regular check ups is the best way to spot health problems or diseases and be treated before they endanger your health. Work with your health care provider to decide which tests and screenings you need, based on your age, lifestyle history, and your family history. 4. Decrease stress and stay relaxed – lack of sleep and fatigue from being tense can harm your overall health. Stop using all tobacco products. See a professional if you are suffering from anxiety or depression. Keeping a healthy outlook on life will help your physical and mental...

How Many Calories Do Adults Need Every Day?

by Isabelle Workman Women: 1. Who are not physically active need 1,600 calories. 2. Who are somewhat active need about 1,800 calories. 3. Who are very physically active need 2,000 to 2,200 calories. Men: 1. Who are not physically active need 2,000 calories. 2. Who are moderately active need about 2,200 to 2,400 calories. 3. Who are very physically active need 2,400 to 2,800 calories. Here is a tip: Aim for a minimum of 30 to 45 minutes of physical activity every day. You can break that down to 10 to 15 minutes, 3 times a day to begin with. Just get started and...

5 Simple Ways to Lessen Stress

by Isabelle Workman 1. Predict/strategize – Identify the causes of stress and work towards solutions. 2. Communicate – Talk to someone you can trust and communicate your feelings. 3. Have realistic expectations and limit activities. . Don’t take on more than you can accomplish. Set limits and say no to excessive demands. . Set priorities. List your necessary tasks in order of importance and do one at a time. Solve difficult tasks when you are energetic and simple tasks later in the day. . Organize your time and pace yourself. Avoid too many appointments, deadlines, and unnecessary obligations. . Plan for a change. Coping with the unexpected is a great stressor. . Don’t try to be perfect. 4. Take time out. . Escape and pursue pleasures. Read a book, go to a movie, listen to music, take a walk, enjoy a hobby. Avoid escaping to food, smoking, alcohol etc. . Slow down. Practice walking slower, eating slower, driving slower and talking slower. . Make time for yourself and have fun! Learn to relax mentally and physically. Pamper your body with a massage, facial, manicure, or bath. . Work at your friendships. Seek social support. 5. Make self-nourishing a habit. . Build a positive self-image. Develop a life purpose and stay close to your support system of friends. . Balance your life with work and play. . Take care of yourself. Eat right and exercise regularly. A healthy, well-nourished body handles stress better. Limit caffeine in coffee, tea, colas, and chocolate. Limit additional salt and sugars. Remember that laughter is inner jogging, so laugh as much and as often as...

Improve Your Body Image and Your Mental Health

by Isabelle Workman Many people struggle with body image, critical of how they look or how much they weigh. Believe it or not, scientists have found a way that will help you feel better about yourself. It was found in a psychological study that people who are exposed to and connected to nature have a higher appreciation of their physical appearance. A sense of connectedness to nature shifts our attention away from narrow, self-interest onto more rounded aspects of well-being and feelings of fulfillment. Green space increases social interaction and community connection, which also improves mental health. A sense of connectedness to nature helps us focus on what our bodies can do, rather than what they look like. So what are you waiting for? Get outside, put on those hiking boots, grab a paddle, or simply go for a walk in the park. Your heart, mind, soul, and body will thank...
Why Hire Workman Law Firm?
Results. Compassion. Courtesy.
Results. For over 29 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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