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An Estimated 30,000 Employers in North Carolina Do Not Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance

In North Carolina, employers that have at least 3 regular employees, either full or part-time, are required by law to purchase Workers’ Compensation insurance. This insurance coverage helps ensure that any employee that is forced to miss time at work due to an injury or illness can receive the benefits they need to compensate for their lost income.

Unfortunately, thousands of employers in North Carolina do not abide by this important law.

Receiving Workers’ Compensation benefits after a serious workplace injury can be a long and difficult process. However, that process becomes even more frustrating when an employee learns that their employer does not have the Workers’ Compensation insurance that is required by law.

Recent estimates show that up to 30,000 employers in North Carolina do not have Workers’ Compensation insurance. That is an alarming number of employers, which impacts many injured workers in need of Workers’ Comp benefits.

Daggett Shuler Law attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler recently appeared on Triad Today to discuss this troubling and widespread problem. Watch the video below to learn more about why it is so important to consult an experienced North Carolina Workers’ Compensation lawyer about your Workers’ Comp claim.

Don’t leave your Worker’s Comp benefits to chance. Contact Daggett Shuler Law today at 336-724-1234 to receive a FREE, confidential consultation about your situation.

Daggett Shuler Law – You Can Depend on Us

The attorneys at Daggett Shuler helped me with three different cases when I was injured on the job. In working with me on my worker’s compensation, personal injury and disability claims, they always kept me informed along the way with each claim. The paralegals at the firm were also extremely helpful and were always available to answer any questions I had. I highly recommend Daggett Shuler, as they were successful in winning all three of my cases.

Robert Dunman