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EMPLOYERS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE OBLIGATED TO MAINTAIN AND OBTAIN COVERAGE!
The North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act Must be Met By Businesses
The current law in the state of North Carolina, requires any business employing three or more workers to subsequently purchase workers’ compensation insurance or to alternatively have the means to self-insure.
Any employer caught not abiding by this law is subject to face sanctions, fines and criminal charges. However, many employers find loopholes in the law to claim that their business is part of a different category and they do not need to maintain coverage.
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What are the Exceptions to North Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Law?
That’s a great question! Here is a list of the exceptions to the law, as per the North Carolina Industrial Commission:
- Certain railroad employees.
- Employees commonly referred to as “casual employees”.
- Domestic servants.
- Farm laborers, whose employer typically hires fewer than ten, non-seasonal, full time employees.
- North Carolina federal government employees.
- Sellers of products pertaining to agriculture.
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Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban will proudly represent any individuals that have been involved in a personal injury matter, all across the Carolinas and Virginia. Call us toll free today at (855) 435-7247, or contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban online to schedule your free consultation. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that until your case is resolved, and you’ve received your financial compensation, you don’t have to pay legal fees.