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Free Farm + Art Tour in South Carolina

May 29, 2018
If you enjoy knowing where your food comes from, learning more about local agriculture, or want to spend the day dancing to bluegrass and folk music, this is a great event for you. Every Saturday and Sunday in June there will be self-guided tours of farms throughout South Carolina, with food and activities for children […]
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Changes to Legislation to Clarify What Injuries Are Accepted

The North Carolina General Assembly passed a new law that will impact those who are seeking medical treatment after being injured on the job. This was done to strike down the North Carolina Supreme Court’s ruling in Wilkes v. City of Greenville. In Wilkes, the Court cited the previous version of this legislation and held […]
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If You Were Injured During Your Break, Are You Still Covered?

Did you get injured during your break? Do you have any questions about whether or not you’re covered? If you’ve never had to worry about paying medical bills, you might not realize just how expensive healthcare is. And if you find yourself needing healthcare services, you may wonder if you will be able to afford […]
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What Is Considered Contributory Negligence?

April 27, 2018
North Carolina is one of the few states in the US that still uses contributory negligence as a way of deciding whether or not an injured party can earn a settlement. The court will look at whether or not your negligence caused your accident. If your negligence contributed to your accident in any way, you […]
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¿Sabía que…

April 18, 2018
…su estatus migratorio, no afecta la capacidad de recibir beneficios de compensación laboral?   No importa cuál sea su estatus migratorio, en el estado de Carolina del Norte si usted se lesionó o accidentó en el trabajo, usted tiene el derecho de comenzar una demanda de compensación laboral, lo que le proporcionará tratamiento médico, y […]
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