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Families may receive workers' compensation after fatal accidents

Most jobs present some sort of hazards that could negatively affect North Carolina workers. While some of those risks may be considered mild, other individuals may work in conditions that could prove deadly in the event of a serious accident. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for employees to suffer fatal injuries while on the job and for surviving family members to need workers' compensation benefits.

Workplace injuries involving the head have serious outcomes

Falling, or even just the belief that one is about to fall, can cause an immediate feeling of panic. In some cases, individuals are able to steady themselves and give a relieved chuckle that the situation did not prove worse. On the other hand, workers in North Carolina and across the country carrying out duties at height could easily suffer serious workplace injuries in the event that a fall occurs.

Work-related injury results from road construction accident

Most drivers have gone through areas on the road where some type of construction is taking place. Often, individuals grumble about how the work is adding time to their commutes or otherwise inhibiting their plans. What they may think less about, however, is the fact that the people working in construction zones are at risk of suffering a serious work-related injury in the event of an accident.

Fatal work accidents could mean benefits for surviving spouses

Sending your spouse out to work is part of most people's daily lives. The vast majority of working spouses return home again, to enjoy a meal and rest with family members before doing it all again. Sometimes, however, an accident happens at work that means your spouse won't be coming home again.

Workplace injuries result from ceiling collapse

For most people, the benefits of their jobs outweigh the risks they may face. Of course, this mindset does not mean that they can always avoid hazards on the job. In particular, individuals in the construction industry could easily suffer workplace injuries after an accident.

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