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Family may seek workers' compensation after construction fatality

When a family loses a loved one due to work-related injuries, emotional turmoil can certainly result. In addition to those feelings, however, individuals may also experience anxiety and concern regarding their financial affairs following such an event. Luckily, some of that financial stress may be alleviated if surviving family qualify for workers' compensation benefits.

Cars can leave construction workers injured on the job

Though construction work can present many hazards to workers, outside catalysts can also spark serious accidents. When work sites are on or near roadways, workers have to worry about typical work-related risks, such as those that come with working with machinery, and they also have to worry about the potential for being struck by a vehicle. Unfortunately, these accidents are not uncommon, and construction workers could easily be injured on the job.

Being injured on the job may cause financial setbacks

Facing financial setbacks can easily cause individuals' to feel as if their lives are spiraling. These types of setbacks could come out of the blue, and parties may feel ill equipped to handle the financial challenges presented. Unfortunately, many North Carolina workers who have been injured on the job may feel this way as medical expenses and lost wages take their toll.

When workplace injuries prove fatal, families may need benefits

Working in any type of industrial plant can present considerable risks to employees. Due to the variety of machinery and equipment that workers often need to utilize, it is not uncommon for serious accidents to take place. Unfortunately, industrial accidents can easily result in serious workplace injuries or even death.

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