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On-the-job accidents may present need for workers' compensation

Many North Carolina workers may have to carry out duties in confined spaces or face exposure to potentially toxic materials. Though safety precautions are often in place to lessen the likelihood of worker injuries, oversights could easily result in an on-the-job accident. These events may have the potential for serious outcomes, and in many cases, injured parties or surviving families may need workers' compensation.

North Carolina worker injured in construction accident fall

Serious injuries could befall anyone while on the job. Unfortunately, some professions -- such as construction work -- place workers at a higher risk of injury. When a construction accident takes place, it is important that any individuals who may have been injured receive proper medical attention as soon as possible. After care has been administered, injured workers may find themselves considering the financial implications.

Construction accident: Falls pose threat in North Carolina

Falls make up a considerable number of injury-causing incidents that take place in the construction industry. Unfortunately, the individuals involved in such an event often suffer serious injuries that can have lasting impacts. After experiencing such harm in a construction accident, many injured parties may have questions regarding their ability to obtain workers' compensation.

Family may seek benefits after fatal construction accident

Understandably, any incident that results in a person suffering fatal injuries is devastating. When the injuries occur due to a construction accident, the event can leave employers, other workers and family members considerably shaken. Unfortunately, these types of accidents take place on a fairly common basis, and many individuals do suffer substantially negative impacts.

Workplace injuries not uncommon after unexpected accidents

Many workers are aware of the risks they face when carrying out necessary duties. However, not all situations are expected, and many individuals could suffer injuries due to sudden events while on the job. When workplace injuries do occur, workers may find themselves in need of medical treatment and time away from work in order to fully recover.

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