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Family frustrated over lack of information after work accident

When a family in North Carolina experiences an unexpected loss, their desire for answers is understandable. Surviving family members often need to understand how their loss occurred to be able to fully process it. Unfortunately, one family in another state claims that they have been unable to discover the exact details of their loved one's death two weeks after the work accident that took his life.

3 injured in work accident; 2 remain hospitalized

Under regular circumstances, most employees in North Carolina likely know how to protect their safety. However, when unusual, difficult-to-anticipate scenarios arise, accidents can happen. Unfortunately, three people were recently injured in a work accident that happened in a neighboring state.

Fatal ladder fall remains under investigation

Every workplace holds some degree of risk, ranging from a repetitive motion injury to fatal injuries suffered in falls. Most employers in North Carolina and across the country go to great lengths to help protect their workers. Unfortunately, a workplace accident can still happen, leaving injured workers or their surviving family members wondering how they will cope. In fact, a fatal ladder fall that occurred in another state remains under investigation.

6 reasons back pain strikes at work

Serious back pain can end your career. Many physical careers -- working in a warehouse, on a construction site or on a road maintenance crew, for instance -- require constant lifting and intense physical activity. Back pain that lands you in the hospital may never go away to the extent that you can do these jobs again. Even if the immediate pain fades with time, you may never quite trust your back like you used to. Do you want a relapse or a secondary injury?

Power plant shut down as part of work accident investigation

The vast majority of workers in North Carolina and across the country report to their job site as required, ready to work in a way that ensures their overall safety. As such they follow all safety protocols. Unfortunately, they could still be at risk of injury from a work accident if equipment malfunctions, for example.

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