Non-Compete Agreements And Workers’ Comp Law

Non-Compete Agreements And Workers’ Comp Law

Recently the US Federal Trade Commission issued a final rule which bans most non-compete agreements across the country. Experts expect that this action will be challenged by business groups, so the final outcome may not be known for some time.  But this is a good time...
Workers’ Comp Laws in North Carolina

Workers’ Comp Laws in North Carolina

In North Carolina, there are three primary sources of workers’ compensation laws. These are the North Carolina General Statutes, the North Carolina Industrial Commission Workers’ Compensation Rules and decisions of the state appellate courts. I’ll discuss each one a...
Back Injury at Work in NC?

Back Injury at Work in NC?

When it comes to whether an injury is covered by workers’ comp in North Carolina, back injuries are treated differently from injuries to other body parts. First Let’s look at injuries to body parts other than the back. In general, workplace injuries are covered under...
Where to File Your Workers’ Comp case.

Where to File Your Workers’ Comp case.

One of the first questions an injured worker can be faced with is choosing which state to file their workers’ compensation claim in. Usually the answer is obvious and easy. If a North Carolina worker is injured in North Carolina, working for a North Carolina...
White Paper COVER Download

Top Ten Tips and Traps for North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claims

After twenty years of practicing workers’ compensation law in North Carolina I have seen just about every mistake an injured worker can make.  These mistakes range from failing to file their claim, to settling when they should not have, and everything in between. Download my Top Ten Tips and Traps for North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claims

Perfect! Download link has been sent to your email address.