Workers' Compensation

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North Carolina: Inmate-Barber’s Tort Claim Related to Assault by Fellow Prisoner Is Barred by Exclusivity
Posted on 10 Jan 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

The Court of Appeals of North Carolina recently held that a state prisoner, who worked in the prison barber shop, may not maintain an action under the state’s Tort Claim Act against the Department of Public Safety for negligently failing to restrain... Read More

North Carolina: Auto Parts Employee Awarded Extensive TTD Benefits for PTSD Following Robbery
Posted on 12 Feb 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

A North Carolina appellate court affirmed an award of continuing TTD benefits to a salesperson and driver for an auto parts store who complained of chest pains and a throbbing headache following an armed robbery at the employer’s store, but was... Read More