When an individual goes into work each day, particularly where manual labor is involved, it can be strenuous and grueling. It can at least be reassuring to know that after an injury workers' compensation may alleviate some of your concerns, especially monetarily.
A work environment should be one that is safe and secure, where employees can simply focus on the tasks to which they are assigned. If your job is not a typical day at the office behind a desk, but it is physically demanding, your chances of being injured are arguably greater.
In a perfect world, workers' compensation benefits would be readily available to any worker who suffers an on-the-job injury. Some workers however, may have to fight for their benefits after a work accident. Temporary, blue-collar workers across the country, including in North Carolina, often fall into that category.