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What to Do After a Workplace Accident

Workplace injuries are an unfortunately common occurrence. Though workplace accident rates in North Carolina are slightly lower than the national average, many people are severely injured yearly. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics classifies severe injuries as those that...

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What To Do After A Pedestrian Accident 

Anyone involved in a car accident knows that the moments immediately following such a traumatic experience are a complete blur. However, you may wonder, What do I do if I was hit as a pedestrian? Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents are...

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What to Do If You Slip and Fall at Work

Slip-and-fall incidents are some of the most common workplace injuries. Workplaces oftentimes have dangerous tripping hazards that were improperly addressed or not addressed at all. If you have been injured at work in a slip-and-fall accident, you may require...

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Workers’ Compensation Claims and Arthritis 

Exploring the link between your job and arthritis? Learn how work-induced or aggravated conditions like osteoarthritis qualify for workers’ compensation, with insights on legal paths and support for securing your rightful benefits. Key Takeaways Claiming Workers’ Compensation for Arthritis:...

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Overexertion in Airline Employees

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports thousands of airline employee injuries each year. Whether you work on the tarmac, in baggage handling, or on the plane itself as a pilot or flight attendant, you are at risk of...

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