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What are punitive damages in a car accident case? Punitive damages are a type of compensation that people may recover through personal injury lawsuits. They punish an at-fault party for egregiously wrongful acts and are meant to deter similar conduct in the future. Punitive damages are rarely awarded in North Carolina…

In North Carolina, workers’ compensation insurance covers medical expenses and partial lost income for employees who suffer injuries on the job. Under state law, all businesses with three or more employees must carry workers’ compensation insurance to protect their employees. Workers’ compensation covers injured workers who are injured while performing…

Employers must pay a death benefit for a covered employee who dies within six years of sustaining a compensable injury or being diagnosed with an occupational disease or within two years of the final determination of the employee’s disability as part of a workers’ compensation claim, whichever is later.  NC General…

North Carolina has one of the strictest standards in the nation for recovering compensation in a car accident. North Carolina personal injury law follows a doctrine known as “pure contributory negligence.” According to this rule, if the person who files a car accident personal injury claim contributed to their own…

Increases in Required Auto Liability Coverage Limits Will Help Injured People in North Carolina, Personal Injury Attorney Robert C. Younce Says Changes to Underinsured Motorist Coverage Also Benefit Seriously Injured People Increases in the required minimum auto insurance liability limits are good news for people seriously injured in a car…

Clients in car accident cases often ask how much they should expect to recover from a personal injury claim. We cannot ever guarantee a specific amount, but we can promise to seek a fair settlement based on the facts of the injury case. What is a fair settlement for a…

New drivers learn that if they are ever in a car accident, they will need to share their name, driver’s license, insurance details, and vehicle registration information with the other drivers involved in the collision. After most car accidents, the police will compile the information about how a crash occurred…

Los empleados lesionados que califican para recibir los beneficios de compensación laboral en Carolina del Norte tienen derecho a un reembolso de una parte de sus salarios perdidos mientras no pueden trabajar. La Ley de compensación laboral de Carolina del Norte permite a los empleados lesionados cuyas lesiones les impiden…

Injured employees who qualify for workers’ compensation benefits in North Carolina are entitled to reimbursement of a portion of their lost wages while they are unable to work. North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law allows injured employees whose injuries prevent them from working to collect lost wages through a workers’ compensation…

If the employer accepts a workers’ compensation claim in North Carolina, the law requires the employer to provide “medical, surgical, hospital, nursing, and rehabilitative services, including, but not limited to, attendant care services prescribed by a health care provider authorized by the employer or subsequently by the Commission, vocational rehabilitation,…

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