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North Carolina road workers at risk of being injured on the job

Being near roadways always poses hazards as passing vehicles and distracted drivers could cause serious issues. When individuals' job duties put them on or near roads, their jobs could become considerably more dangerous, and they face considerable risks of being struck and seriously injured on the job. Unfortunately, this type of incident is not altogether uncommon, and workers are often left needing assistance.

Construction accident leads to injuries in North Carolina

The type of work a person does for a living can play a significant role in the risks and hazards he or she faces daily. Individuals in the construction industry often face considerable issues due to the various aspects that their jobs require them to handle. Because there are so many factors involved with this line of work, a construction accident can take place suddenly.

Work-related injury may raise workers' comp questions

Most North Carolina residents rarely want to find themselves in a situation that results in their suffering serious injuries. Unfortunately, not all injury-causing accidents can be avoided, and many of those incidents take place while individuals are on the job. Such an event could easily result in a work-related injury that may cause the injured party to have questions relating to workers' compensation.

Machinery may cause workers to be injured on the job

Working with any type of machinery can pose risks to workers. Whether the machine malfunctions, safety protocols were not in place or another unexpected mishap takes place, a person could suffer severe injuries. After being injured on the job, medical attention may be necessary, especially if the injuries caused a worker substantial harm. 

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