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Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Long-Term Health Problems?

Workplace incidents often lead to immediate injuries, such as falling off of a ladder. However, North Carolina law makes it difficult to seek compensation for long-term health injuries or conditions. Long-term health problems are considered injuries caused by repetitive motions or activities, like back injuries or repetitive stress injuries caused by your work responsibilities.

Don’t miss out on the compensation you deserve. Our team of experienced workers’ comp lawyers can help you determine if your injuries or conditions are covered by workers’ comp with your free case review.

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