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Industrial Commission Increases Efforts to Identify and Prosecute Uninsured Employers, Part II

A prior post contained the first of this two-part installment about the North Carolina Industrial’s Commission’s efforts during the past couple of years to deter employers subject to the Workers’ Compensation Act from failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This second and final installment of the series further explores the issue and information presented in […]

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The Supreme Court Expands The Parsons Presumption

The Supreme Court has issued the much-anticipated decision which impacts the application of the Parsons presumption in claims accepted on a Form 60.  In Wilkes v. City of Greenville, 368PA15 (June 9, 2017), the Employee was involved in a work-related motor vehicle accident.  The defendant accepted the claim via a Form 60, and expressly limited […]

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Industrial Commission Increases Efforts to Identify and Prosecute Uninsured Employers, Part I

Recent developments in the North Carolina Industrial Commission’s efforts to deter employers subject to the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act from failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance are worthy of attention by all North Carolina employers. The developments may be of specific interest to those in the Trucking and Transportation sector due to the varied […]

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