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Does it Matter Who Was At Fault for My North Carolina Workplace Injury?

At the Ramsay Law Firm, P.A., workers’ compensation law firm founder and managing attorney, Martha Ramsay, has been giving a

Builders in History (Part 4): Doing the Job Correctly

As we continue our study of construction work in biblical times, we see that even then builders understood that planning

How Does Workers’ Compensation Protect Employees?

What Is Workers’ Compensation and How Does it Work? We have all been told “hard work pays off” — until

Biden’s ‘Rescue Plan’ Provides Free COBRA Coverage

While the $1,400 dollar stimulus payments have received the big press coverage, the recently passed American Rescue Plan Act of

Heat Illness Prevention Program Through the USPS

Even though we are in September, heat is still a problem for people working outside or in un-airconditioned factories/warehouses. The

Can I Get Workers’ Comp Benefits for Back Pain in North Carolina?

Receiving workers’ compensation for back pain in North Carolina is often a complex process. While you can receive workers’ comp

The Statute of Limitations on Workers’ Compensation Claims in North Carolina

If you become injured on the job in North Carolina, you can qualify for financial benefits by filing a workers’

Hard Hat: Origins and Evolution

Originally a sign of fear, this equipment has become a symbol of industry. The hard hat is an icon of

Can Physical Therapy Treat Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?

Even after a relatively minor injury, the Complex Regional Pain Syndrome symptoms may continue to linger in the affected parts

Can I Quit My Job If I Have a Workers’ Comp Case in North Carolina?

You are between a rock and a hard place when you’re injured on the job. You need to recuperate from

The Workers’ Compensation Mediation Process in North Carolina

Every day, workers all over the United States are exposed to potential hazards and dangers in the workplace. For instance,

How Long Does CTE Take to Show Up After You Stop Playing Football?

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (“CTE”) is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain that can appear after a history of repetitive

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