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Being injured on the job could cause fatalities in North Carolina

There is no limit on the number of work-related accidents that can take place at any given time. As a result, many individuals are injured on the job every day, and construction accidents are a leading cause of such injuries. Though this type of incident is common, each event is unique, and the outcomes can affect each worker in a different way.

Work-related back injury may cause difficulties in North Carolina

Many individuals know that any type of serious injury could have lasting impacts. North Carolina residents who suffer a back injury while on the job may face substantial difficulties, and this type of injury can often limit mobility and potentially have permanent affects. If the injury does prove permanent, individuals may need workers' compensation to bridge financial gaps.

Highway employees face considerable work-related injury risk

Any occupation that results in individuals being on or near roadways causes workers to face substantial risks. Because the actions of drivers cannot always be accounted for, there is a considerable possibility that an individual could suffer a work-related injury if he or she is struck by a vehicle. Unfortunately, this type of accident is not altogether uncommon.

5 things to know about workers' compensation in North Carolina

Workers' compensation is a program meant to help injured workers to get the medical care and financial help they need if they are harmed at work. Employers in North Carolina are required to have this coverage for their employees. If they don't they can face legal troubles.

Injured at work? Accidents can lead to workers' comp need

Though individuals may believe they are having a typical day on the job, a sudden turn of events could cause their day to become life changing. A work accident could easily result in individuals being injured at work, and those injuries could have substantial life impacts. In most cases, parties are often left needing workers' compensation.

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