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June 2016 Archives

Workplace accident involves electric shock, fall

If a person suffers an injury on the job, he or she is entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits in North Carolina. One man in another state was seriously hurt after being shocked and experiencing a fall. The workplace accident occurred on a Wednesday morning.

Construction accident at former bakery causes injuries to man

Many dangers in the workplace can threaten the health and safety of workers in North Carolina. One man in another state recently suffered serious injuries in a construction accident. The incident occurred on a Monday at around 9:30 a.m.

Workplace accident involving fire causes serious burns

Any employee in North Carolina can easily experience an unexpected mishap at work that leads to both physical and financial challenges. One man in a different state recently suffered serious injuries while working on the electrical panel of an office building. The workplace accident occurred on a Tuesday morning.

Construction accident leads to injuries to foreman

Construction sites are filled with many hazards, and, unfortunately, sometimes construction workers in North Carolina end up suffering injuries as a result of these hazards. In one out-of-state case, one construction worker suffered injuries in a construction accident. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is now investigating the accident.

Work-related CRPS/RSD and workers' compensation

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), is a debilitating health condition that includes symptoms such burning pain, tenderness and swelling. The condition is often an aftereffect of an accidental injury.

What benefits are available from North Carolina workers' compensation?

A serious work injury can result in significant medical bills and lost wages while you are recovering. This is the reason we have workers' compensation in North Carolina, to provide medical and other benefits to injured workers.