When workers get hurt on the job, they can rack up thousands of dollars in medical expenses and lost wages. Reputable employers carry insurance to cover their employees’ work-related costs. In fact, workers’ compensation insurance is required for employers who have three or more employees. The News & Observer conducted an investigation into how well …
Recovering from an injury suffered in an accident can be a long process. Take, for instance, the story of a truck driver from Goldsboro, North Carolina, that was recently highlighted by WRAL News. The truck driver was involved in an accident on October 29, 2009, along I-95 near Godwin in Cumberland County.
A 26-year-old worker at a Clinton, North Carolina, meat packing plant died in a tragic work related accident this past weekend.
A 50-year-old bus driver for the North Carolina State University died of carbon monoxide poisoning on her bus.
A North Carolina Workers’ Compensation claim, made by a former Robeson County middle school principal who was shot in the face, has been appealed by the Attorney General’s office for the third time.
Researchers in Spain have verified the existence of the Lunch Effect, that workplace accidents that occur between 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm are more serious and more likely to be fatal than accidents at any other time of day. According to an article describing the research in ScienceDaily, the hours closest to lunchtime account for …
Details are slowly being brought to light by authorities regarding a tour bus accident that occurred Monday, killing the driver, a former North Carolina State University standout.
State investigators are probing into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two men working for a company based out of Burlington, North Carolina
As many of you may know, members of the North Carolina General Assembly are proposing legislation that would drastically cut benefits for injured Workers. The following is an editorial piece centered around the longstanding military principle of never leaving the wounded behind. I share this writer’s views. Please take a minute to read this well …