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Nurses and nurses’ aides often develop injuries because of the physical demands of their jobs, such as manually lifting and repositioning patients. Safe patient handling is paramount for the patient and the caregiver to avoid musculoskeletal injuries. If you’re a healthcare professional who cares for patients, it’s crucial to be…

Nursing is a physically demanding job. Nurses often suffer work-related injuries and illnesses that require costly medical treatment and time off work. If you have sustained serious injuries while performing your job as a nurse or healthcare worker, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits to cover your medical…

Were you involved in a car accident with a careless driver in North Carolina? Once you’ve presented all the information available to the at-fault driver’s insurance company, you may face a delay while the insurance adjuster evaluates the claim and considers whether to offer a settlement. An insurance settlement offer…

Temporary Total Disability

Most workers in North Carolina who sustain injuries in a workplace accident and cannot immediately return to work are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ comp benefits include payment of all medical bills related to a workplace injury and reimbursement of a portion of wages lost while disabled and…

Most Common Workers’ Compensation Forms in North Carolina

When pursuing a workers’ compensation claim in North Carolina, you will be required to complete several forms. The various forms ensure that the North Carolina Industrial Commission, which administers the workers’ compensation insurance system, has the relevant information from injured workers making claims for benefits. Below, we discuss some of…

Kenneth L. Hardison, who is our Of Counsel and personal injury attorney based in North Carolina, is here to share the four biggest lessons that accident victims must be aware of. Being a well-known and respected name in the field of law, he has come across many accident victims and…