This common scenario could ruin your workplace injury claim

Unfortunately, it is all too common: A construction worker reports to the job on time, just like any other day, and gets seriously injured. While operating a saw, the worker’s arm gets tangled in the machine and he suffers catastrophic injuries requiring...

Injured Truck Drivers and North Carolina Workers’ Comp Claims

Many truck drivers can file their injury claims here in North Carolina even if the driver is hurt in another state.  This is because of the “jurisdiction” rules of the NC Workers’ Compensation Act.  The workers’ compensation...

Airline Employee at CLT Hurt on “Employee Bus” Wins Case

Airline employees stationed at CLT got a win today in the NC Court of Appeals. In an unpublished decision, Skoff v. USAirways (COA 13-994), the Court upheld an Industrial Commission decision awarding workers’ comp benefits to a flight attendant who was hurt on...

California study shows that having a Lawyer increases case value for injured worker

Here is a link to the article published in the Business Insurance journal.  http://www.businessinsurance.com/article/20140206/NEWS08/140209879?tags=58|340|92