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April 2016 Archives

North Carolina roadway workers injured on the job

On-the-job injuries are unfortunately a risk for the majority of workers in various professions. The types of jobs could add certain hazards for the workers and increase their chances of being injured on the job. For example, roadway workers could be at considerable risk of being hit by passing vehicles or other serious accidents, and unfortunately for two workers in North Carolina, a similar situation recently took place.

North Carolina workers may fear being injured on the job

It is not unlikely that most North Carolina workers hope to make it through their workdays unscathed. Unfortunately, being injured on the job is a possibility for the majority of individuals in a multitude of professions. When a work-related accident takes place, an employee could be severely injured and could face difficulties for the rest of his or her life. As a result, that individual may wish to seek workers' compensation benefits. 

Industrial accidents: North Carolina worker killed on the job

Working in the construction industries and industrial settings often pose considerable hazards. Industrial accidents could easily leave a worker with serious injuries that could, in some cases, prove fatal. If such an event occurs and a worker is killed on the job, the family of that individual may wish to find out information on workers' compensation benefits and whether they are able to qualify.

What All NC Workers Should Know About Form 61 and Workers' Comp

It's called Form 61 -- the notice you receive if your North Carolina workers' compensation claim has been denied. Receiving this form understandably brings on strong emotions for injured workers and their families, and it's important that you have an experienced workers' compensation lawyer to help you appeal the decision.

Work fatality a basis for workers' compensation in North Carolina

Being hurt or killed while on the job can have serious repercussions for the workers and/or their family members. Workers' compensation benefits may be able to help alleviate some of the financial strain that could stem from such a situation. North Carolina residents may be interested in a recent incident in another state that led to the deaths of two workers.

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