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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A serious injury to one family member is an injury to
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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

Former Client

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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

March is National Nutrition Month

by Isabelle Workman Below are some tips from nutritionists to help inspire you to maintain healthy eating habits: 1. If you have leftover fruits and vegetables, chop them and add them to bags in the freezer. Then they don’t go bad or get thrown away, and you will have frozen fruits and veggies to use in smoothies, soups, or other recipes. 2. With hectic schedules, dinner time can get a little crazy. Get your kids to help prep salads. Encourage them to mix and match colors. 3. To ensure to meet your dairy and fruit recommendations, make daily smoothies with low fat yogurt and milk plus any fruits you have on hand. Dogs love smoothies too. 4. When making a peanut butter sandwich, add raisins for sweetness. 5. When heading out to lunch with friends, increase your vegetables by sharing an entree with someone and filling in with a side salad, steamed veggies, or a plain baked potato. 6. When making pasta, throw some frozen vegetables into the pasta water about halfway through cooking time. You get extra veggies and only one pot. 7. When going out to a restaurant, order appetizers a la carte. You will eat smaller portions and it is a lot...

Staying Fit Helps Prevent Dementia

by Isabelle Workman Studies in the US have found that getting adequate amounts of exercise can help improve brain health and prevent conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The study found that nerve fibers in the brains of adults who are less physically active deteriorate more quickly than the nerve fibers for people who are physically fit. Over time, researchers say that degradation can lead to negative health outcomes like cognitive decline and memory loss – both of which are characteristics of dementia. Research shows that improving your fitness, improves your brain health and slows down the aging process. Evidence suggests that what is bad for your heart, is bad for your brain. So get moving and exercise – it will improve your heart health and your brain...

Keeping an Active Lifestyle

by Isabelle Workman 1. Get Social – get active with your friends. Instead of going out for lunch, go for a walk outside, go hiking, walk around the mall, or play an exercise themed video game. 2. Move More At Work – fit more activity into the workday. Stand during phone calls, use a printer farther from your desk, and get up and stretch and move around every hour. 3. Do Something New – develop a new skill to kickstart your motivation. Sign up for a dance class, hot yoga, or a cycle class – anything that keeps you moving. 4. Keep Cool In The Pool – Don’t like to sweat? Hit the local community pool for a swim, water aerobics class, or water polo. 5. Stay On Track – use a super tracker – USDA.Gov to track your activity and calories burned. You can sync your Fitbit for easy entry and join a challenge for friendly...

Seafood Health Benefits

by Isabelle Workman Seafood contains a range of nutrients, notably the omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA. Eating about 8 ounces per week of a variety of seafood contributes to the prevention of heart disease. The healthiest seafood varieties consumed in the United States are: salmon, anchovies, sardines, shrimp, pacific oysters, trout, Atlantic and Pacific mackerel. The health benefits from seafood act as building blocks for bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. They also contain the necessary enzymes, hormones, and vitamins. In addition, they contain B vitamins which help play a vital role in the function of the nervous systems, and aid in the formation of red blood cells. Seafood contains iron, magnesium, and zinc. Eating 8 ounces per week of seafood will make a much healthier...

Why is Physical Activity Important?

by Isabelle Workman Being physically active can help: 1. Increase your chance of living longer. 2. Feel better about yourself. 3. Decrease your chance of becoming depressed. 4. Sleep well at night. 5. Move around more easily. 6. Have stronger muscles and bones. 7. Stay at or get to a healthy weight. 8. Be with friends or meet new people. 9. Enjoy yourself and have...
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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