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

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

Healthy Habits?

by Isabelle Workman 1. Brushing your teeth right after a meal. If you have had anything to eat or drink that is acidic (like sodas, citrus, seltzer, or tomatoes), brushing within 30 minutes can scratch the acid into the enamel on your teeth, eroding them and leaving them subject to damage. Instead, rinse your mouth with water just after eating, and wait 30 minutes to brush them. 2. Playing the how low you can go game with fat in your diet can cause dry skin and hair, insufficient absorption of fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K. It can also lower levels of reproductive hormones and cause excessive hunger. Instead, be selective about fats. Don’t shirk healthy fats in nuts, seeds, avocados, olive oil or canola oil. 3. Putting on a happy face when you are not. Burying your anger can cause depression and high blood pressure. Instead, express your feelings using non accusatory statements that describe your feelings and what you would like to change, e.g. I felt sad when you were checking your phone at dinner while I was telling you something important. 4. Doing the same workout all the time. Instead, vary your cardio regime and add yoga and Pilates. The balance and flexibility training will help protect your muscles and joints. 5. Stretching before exercise. Stretching a cold muscle could strain or tear it. Instead, warm up by doing lower intensity versions of movement patterns you are likely to do in your workout such as climbing on your bike and cycling slowly. Stretch your muscles during your cool...

Healthy Habits for Older Adults

by Isabelle Workman Eating right doesn’t have to be complicated. Start with these recommendations. 1. Eat fruits and vegetables. They can be fresh, frozen, or canned. Eat more dark green vegetables such as leafy greens and broccoli, and orange vegetables such as carrots and sweet potatoes. 2. Vary protein choices with fish, beans, and peas. 3. Eat 3 ounces of whole grain cereals, breads, rice, or pasta every day. 4. Have 3 servings of low fat or fat free dairy (milk, yogurt, or cheese) that are fortified with Vitamin D. 5. Make the fats you eat, healthy ones. Switch from solid fats to oils when preparing food. 6. Add physical activity. If you are just starting out, set a goal of 30 minutes every day. You can even break the 30 minutes a day to increments of 10 minutes, 3 times a day. You can begin with walking and increase your physical activity over...

Tips for Vegetarians

by Isabelle Workman Vegetarian diets can meet all the recommendations for necessary nutrients. The key is to consume a variety of foods and the right amount. 1. Protein – has many important functions in the body and is essential for growth and health. Sources of protein for vegetarians include beans, nuts, peas, nut butters, soy products, milk, and eggs. 2. Iron – functions as a carrier of oxygen in the blood. Iron sources include iron fortified breakfast cereals, spinach, kidney beans, black eyed peas, molasses, whole wheat bread, and dried fruit. 3. Zinc – is necessary for biochemical reactions and to help the immune system. Sources are white beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, wheat germ, pumpkin seeds, and milk products. 4. Vitamin B 12 – sources are eggs, milk products, and foods that have been fortified with B 12 like soy milk and veggie burgers. 5. Calcium – is used for building bones and teeth and maintaining bone strength. Sources are soy milk, calcium fortified breakfast cereals, orange juice, tofu, and dark green leafy vegetables. 6. Foods that typically contain meat or poultry can be made vegetarian: pasta primavera with marinara or pesto sauce, veggie pizza, vegetarian lasagna, tofu vegetarian stir fry, vegetable kabobs, vegetable chow main, bean burritos or...

Why are “oils” important?

by Isabelle Workman Oils come from many different plants and fish. Oils are not a food group, but they provide essential nutrients. Commonly consumed oils are canola, corn, cottonseed, olive, safflower, soybean, and sunflower. A number of foods are naturally high in oils, like nuts, olives, fish, avocados, cooking oil, and salad dressings. While consuming some oil is needed for health, oils still contain calories. In fact, oils and solid fats both contain about 120 calories per tablespoon. So make sure the amount of oil you consume is limited. Oils are good for us because they have fatty acids that are necessary for good health and are the major source of Vitamin E in our...

Planning Healthy Snacks

by Isabelle Workman 1. Build your own – make your own trail mix with unsalted nuts, seeds, dried fruit, popcorn, and a sprinkle of chocolate chips. 2. Prep ahead – portion snack foods into baggies or containers when you get home from the store so they are ready to grab and go. 3. Make it a combo – combine food groups like berries and yogurt, apples and peanut butter, whole grain crackers with turkey and avocado. 4. Eat vibrant veggies – dip bell peppers, carrots, or cucumbers in hummus, guacamole, or tzatziki. 5. Snack on the go – bring ready to eat snacks when you are out. A banana, baby carrots, or yogurt (in a cooler) are healthy options. These tips can help you keep to your diet goals and not get so hungry in between...
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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