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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,…

If you were hurt in a car accident in North Carolina, you may have a right to pursue compensation from the at-fault driver’s insurance company for your medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. North Carolina law imposes a deadline, known as a statute of limitations, for filing a…

An employee who sustains a work-related injury in North Carolina generally cannot sue his or her employer for causing a workplace accident. This is based on a statute, N.C.G.S. § 97-10.1. Typically, workers’ compensation benefits are the sole remedy to address workplace injuries. Nearly all businesses with three or more…

Most employees who are injured on the job are eligible for workers’ compensation. Workers’ comp is like no-fault accident insurance that most businesses in North Carolina must provide their full and part-time employees. Benefits are available for injuries and illnesses that arise in the course of performing job duties. The…

Padecer una lesión en el trabajo puede ser una de las experiencias más disruptivas en la vida de un trabajador. Las preocupaciones sobre su salud y su sustento pueden sentirse abrumadoras. La ley de Carolina del Norte requiere que las empresas con tres o más empleados cuenten con un seguro…

Sufrir una lesión en el trabajo puede ser doloroso y disruptivo para cualquier empleado. Sin embargo, si trabaja para una empresa con al menos tres empleados, la ley de Carolina del Norte requiere que su empleador le proporcione un seguro de compensación laboral para brindar beneficios si resulta herido mientras…

If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be entitled to benefits through your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation covers your medical expenses for workplace injuries and reimburses you for a portion of your average weekly wages while you are unable to work. North Carolina’s workers’ compensation program…

Workers’ compensation insurance is a benefit provided to nearly all North Carolina employees under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act. Most employers are required to carry insurance to cover medical expenses and replace a portion of lost wages for work-related injuries and illnesses. The law is intended to ensure that…

Suffering an injury on the job can be one of the most disruptive experiences in a worker’s life. Worries about your health and your livelihood can feel overwhelming. North Carolina law requires businesses with three or more employees to have workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation should pay your medical expenses…

Suffering an on-the-job injury can be both painful and disruptive for any employee. However, if you work for a company with at least three employees, North Carolina law requires your employer to provide workers’ compensation insurance to provide benefits if you are injured while working. Workers’ compensation insurance pays for…

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