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September 2017 Archives

Leaf blowers, other equipment could cause workplace illness

Many people appreciate a well-manicured lawn or other attractive landscaping. Though the look of trimmed grass and shaped hedges may be aesthetically pleasing, achieving this look often means that North Carolina workers in the landscaping industry have to work in various conditions. Additionally, they may also face hazards that could potentially lead to workplace illness.

Fear of being injured on the job not invalid in North Carolina

Many North Carolina residents go to work expecting their days to be like any other. Unfortunately, some individuals may find themselves involved in unexpected incidents that lead to their suffering serious injuries. Being injured on the job can be a devastating experience, and some workers may not know where to turn after such an event.

After work-related injury, workers' comp may provide assistance

Dealing with injuries in any capacity can often prove difficult. When a North Carolina resident suffers injuries while on the job, the situation may prove even more complicated to address. Various steps may be needed if the individual hopes to obtain workers' compensation, but the process often seems worth the effort as the benefits offer financial assistance after a work-related injury.

Industrial accidents may cause catastrophic injuries

When an accident takes place on the job, the outcomes can range in severity. Some incidents may cause damage to materials or property without harming people, and other events could cause employees to suffer considerable injuries. Industrial accidents have a high potential for resulting in injuries, and unfortunately, some workers may never be the same after such an incident.

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