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A guide to workers' compensation for North Carolina teachers

If you have entered the teaching field, you probably have not been particularly concerned about workplace injuries. However, while teaching may not seem like a dangerous job, there are unfortunate circumstances where injuries do occur, resulting in days off from work and medical bills. Whether you already have an injury or just want to be prepared for an unforeseen circumstance, you deserve to know what potential risks you face and what compensation entitlements you can receive as a North Carolina teacher.

Appealing a workers' compensation decision in North Carolina

You were counting on workers' compensation benefits to get medical treatment and cover your expenses while your injury keeps you out of work. Now you find out your employer's insurance company has denied your claim or issued benefits that do not even come close to covering what you need. Fortunately, you still have options for recourse.

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