Please Note: for Claims assistance or questions about coverage and exemptions You will need to call one of the numbers listed below.
Also be aware that the Workers' Compensation Assistance Offices in different states may go by different names such as "Industrial Accidents".
These are the only numbers that we are aware of and have available for North Carolina Workers' Compensation.
North Carolina Workers' Compensation Telephone Directory
North Carolina Industrial Commission: 919-807-2501
OSHA North Carolina State Plan - Jurisdiction over Private & Public Employees: 919-707-7806
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As of Monday, September 18, 2017, the Industrial Commission will no longer accept certain documents from adjusters including, but not limited to, Form 24 Applications, Responses to Form 23 Applications, Responses to Form 28Us or Responses to 18Ms. Per the Commission's announcement, they will also not accept Motions filed by adjusters, including, but not limited to, Motions to Compel Compliance with Medical Treatment, Motions to Compel Compliance with Vocational Rehabilitation, Responses to Medical Motions or any other requests for relief.
However, the Commission will continue to accept Form 26As, Form 60s and agreements regarding death benefits entered into by the adjuster.
Effective February 1, 2016, all documents filed with the Industrial Commission in workers compensation cases must be submitted electronically. Employees without legal representation are not required to file electronically. The Commission has updated all of its forms to facilitate e-filing.