Insurance Coverage Implications for Business Owners and Executives in North Carolina under the Workers’ Compensation Act

John Tomei

Are all workers who perform services for an employer, including owner, partner, member, or executive officer, covered as “employees” under the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act to the extent they may be seeking workers’ compensation benefits?  How are those “employees,” if they are an owner, partner, member, or executive officer, included in or excluded from…

Communicable Diseases and Workers’ Compensation: Critical Factors for Determining Compensability, Part 3 of 3

Luke West

This is the third and final article in a three-part series discussing different aspects of compensability of COVID-19 workers’ compensation claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Are all communicable diseases the same? Does the designation of an epidemic or pandemic change the way statutes are interpreted?; Part 2: What are the critical factors for…

Communicable Diseases and Workers’ Compensation: Critical Factors for Determining Compensability, Part 2 of 3

Luke West

This is the second article in a three-part series discussing different aspects of compensability of COVID-19 workers’ compensation claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Are all communicable diseases the same? Does the designation of an epidemic or pandemic change the way statutes are interpreted?; Part 2: What are the critical factors for determining compensability…

Communicable Diseases and Workers’ Compensation: Critical Factors for Determining Compensability, Part 1 of 3

Luke West

This is the first article in a three-part series discussing different aspects of compensability of COVID-19 workers’ compensation claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Are all communicable diseases the same? Does the designation of an epidemic or pandemic change the way statutes are interpreted?; Part 2: What are the critical factors for determining compensability…

Defending Psychological Workers’ Compensation Claims in North Carolina: Part 4 of 4

Tracey Jones

This is the fourth and final article in a four-part series discussing different aspects of workers’ compensation psychological claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Psychological Claims Resulting from Physical Injury; Part 2: Non-Physical Injury by Accident Psychological Claims; Part 3: Non-Physical Occupational Disease Psychological Claims; and Part 4: Claims Handling Tips for Psychological Workers’…

Defending Psychological Workers’ Compensation Claims in North Carolina: Part 3 of 4

Tracey Jones

This is the third article in a four-part series discussing different aspects of workers’ compensation psychological claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Psychological Claims Resulting from Physical Injury; Part 2: Non-Physical Injury by Accident Psychological Claims; Part 3: Non-Physical Occupational Disease Psychological Claims; and Part 4: Claims Handling Tips for Psychological Workers’ Compensation Claims.…

Defending Psychological Workers’ Compensation Claims in North Carolina: Part 2 of 4

Tracey Jones

This is the second article in a four-part series discussing different aspects of workers’ compensation psychological claims in North Carolina, including: Part 1: Psychological Claims Resulting from Physical Injury; Part 2: Non-Physical Injury by Accident Psychological Claims; Part 3: Non-Physical Occupational Disease Psychological Claims; and Part 4: Claims Handling Tips for Psychological Workers’ Compensation Claims.…