Jay Gervasi, P.A.

910 North Elm StreetGreensboro, NC 27401


Updated: 11/17/2017


At the Greensboro law firm of Jay Gervasi, P.A., we strive to help clients resolve their workmans compensation legal matters and protect themselves and their families while they work toward an efficient recovery.   Workers Compensation Workers Compensation Process Workers Compensation: Injuries & Issues Do I Need A Workers Comp Lawyer? How do I Choose a Work Comp Lawyer? Should I Keep My Workers Comp Lawyer?

Located in Greensboro


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Frequent Case Types

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Practice Areas

  • Workers Compensation
  • Premises Liability
  • Car Accidents
  • General Liability
  • Personal Injury
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
  • Wrongful Death




  • Deborah L. Hones, Paralegal


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Office Information


910 North Elm StreetGreensboro, NC 27401


  • 336-574-2541


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