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When we think of workers' compensation, we tend to think of traditional injuries that come about through trauma- a construction worker falling off some scaffolding, for example. However, many Greenville-area residents work in jobs that require proximity to dangerous chemicals. As a result, chemical burns are quite common among North Carolina employees.
Radiation burn injuries occur when the skin is exposed to high levels of things such as UV rays or nuclear energy. People who deal with radiation equipment on a daily basis are more likely to sustain these burns, making them a common healthcare worker injury. However, anyone exposed to radiation on the job is at risk for these often debilitating and deadly burns. If you have suffered a radiation burn, you have a right to file a workers’ compensation claim.