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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Hassell v. Onslow County Bd. of Educ.

... We have previously observed that one of the purposes of our Workers' Compensation Act was to abolish the "unholy trinity" of employer defenses which generally precluded any recovery by the injured worker at common law: contributory negligence; assumption of risk; and the ...

Richardson v. Maxim Healthcare/Allegis Group

... This workers' compensation case concerns two issues: 1) sufficiency of notice to the employer of an injury by accident, and 2) whether competent ... We conclude that in enacting NCGS § 97-22, the General Assembly did not intend to require an injured worker to give written notice ...

Chaisson v. Simpson

... "[T]he policy behind North Carolina's Workers' Compensation Act... [is] to provide a swift and certain remedy to an injured worker and to ensure a limited and determinate liability for employers." Matthews v. Charlotte—Mecklenburg Hosp. Auth., 132 NCApp. ...

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