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Work-related injury may mean time off from work in North Carolina

Injuries suffered on the job are rarely easy to immediately bounce back from. As a result, North Carolina residents who suffer a work-related injury often need time away from work in order to attend to their injuries. When such time is taken, workers may lose income as a result and must contend with financial difficulties that could stem from such an event. 

Getting the most out of your workers' comp claim

Each workers' compensation claim varies based on many factors. The amount paid out may be significantly different in each case. How can you get the most out of your claim, and how do you know a settlement offer is fair? Here are a few things to keep in mind.

Construction accident proves fatal in North Carolina

Unfortunately, construction sites are often the scenes for serious work-related accidents. Falls, equipment malfunctions, safety violations and a variety of other factors can all contribute to injury-causing incidents. It is also not unusual for a construction accident to have fatal outcomes, and in such cases, surviving family may need financial assistance in order to handle the repercussions. 

Construction accident falls may fuel need for benefits

Injuries suffered at work often range in severity. Depending on the circumstances of the injury-causing accident, a North Carolina worker could find him or herself brushing off a minor scratch or feeling lucky to have survived the incident. It is not uncommon for the outcomes of a construction accident to lead to serious injuries, and in many cases, workers may need time away from work. 

Suffering a work-related injury may come as sudden shock

It is likely common for many North Carolina construction workers to worry about suffering injuries on the job. A work\-related injury could occur at any time, and such an outcome could leave workers feeling uncertain about their futures in the construction industry. Because some injuries could be severe, individuals likely face considerable troubles in the aftermath of an accident.

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