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WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS IN NORTH CAROLINA?
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The workers’ compensation claims in North Carolina are categorized into four types.
Those four specific types are as follows:
- Accidental Injuries: This is an injury that is a result of an event, such as a slip and fall accident, overexertion, or even being struck by an object or any other type of accident.
- Repetitive Stress Injuries: This is a physical injury that results from repeating the same movements over and over throughout your day at work. This may include, but is not in any way limited to carpal tunnel syndrome, hearing loss, or pinched nerves.
- Occupational Injuries: This is a sickness that is a direct result of an exposure to toxins, and can possibly occur in industrial workplace environments. This can include, but is not limited to asthma, mesothelioma, and/or acid reflux disease.
- Mental Stress Injuries: This type of injury includes debilitating psychological conditions that employees may sustain on the job. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic or anxiety attacks, and/or depression.
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How do I Know if I Have a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
To be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, workers must be able to prove that work activity is to blame for their new condition, or the re-aggravation of a previous condition.
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