North Carolina Industrial Commission
The North Carolina Industrial Commission administers the Workers' Compensation Act, the Tort Claims Act, the Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Act, the Law Enforcement Officers', Firemen's, Rescue Squad Workers', and Civil Air Patrol Members' Death Benefit Act, the Act to Compensate Individuals Erroneously Convicted of Felonies, and the Eugenics Compensation Program.
The North Carolina Industrial Commission strives to effectively and fairly administer the Workers’ Compensation Act and Tort Claims Act for the State of North Carolina and its citizens by:
- Providing reliable, accurate and efficient claims servicing;
- Providing quick resolutions to disputed issues in an administrative forum;
- Reviewing status of insurance coverage for employers subject to the Workers’ Compensation Act;
- Promoting active resolution of disputes through mediation;
- Resolving controversies by rendering impartial and well-reasoned decisions;
- Facilitating high quality, effective medical care and rehabilitation for injured workers in complex medical/legal situations;
- Providing education and training to employers to reduce accident potential in the workplace;
- Providing prompt, efficient medical bill review in accordance with the NCIC Medical Fees Schedule; and
- Investigating potential criminal violations of the NC Workers’ Compensation Act to ensure compliance and confidence in our state’s workers’ compensation system.
All complaints related to these areas should be submitted to the North Carolina Industrial Commission.
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