In the state of North Carolina, it is legally required for an employer with three or more employees to have workers’ comp insurance in accordance with the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act. This applies to all businesses including LLCs, partnerships,… Read More
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The answer to this question will vary from case to case and largely depends on the severity of your occupational injury or illness. In general, workers’ comp is meant to cover your medical bills and lost wages during your recovery,… Read More
Workers’ comp is a no-fault system, which means that you’re covered regardless of who is at fault including yourself. While this is the general rule, it doesn’t always apply equally to every case. Knowingly disobeying safety practices could, in some… Read More
Ideally, the entire filing process should be led by your employer. That’s assuming, however, that your employer and your employer’s insurance carrier follow the proper procedures. Many employers and insurance companies are more interested in their bottom line than anything… Read More
If you’ve suffered an injury on the job, there are certain steps you should take as soon as possible. The first and most important step is to seek medical attention for your injury. Your well-being is always the most important… Read More
If you were hurt at work, then you may have a workers’ compensation claim. You may have a claim even if your mistake caused your injury. Your claim may be valuable. If you are like most people, you just… Read More