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NC Industrial Commission Docket Section

Our Mission

The mission of the Docket Section is to ensure that cases to be heard by the Industrial Commission are placed on the docket timely and move through the system as efficiently and expeditiously as possible. These cases include claims filed under the Workers’ Compensation Act; the Tort Claims Act; the Law Enforcement Officers’, Firemen’s, Rescue Squad Workers’ and Civil Air Patrol Members’ Death Benefits Act, the Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program and Compensation to Persons Erroneously Convicted of Felonies. The mission will be accomplished to the highest degree possible by adhering to Industrial Commission Rules, policies and procedures; by being accessible; and by providing all parties and Industrial Commission staff with respectful, responsive and reliable service.

What We Cannot Do

We cannot provide you with the status of a Case or Form Agreements. Callers who are seeking information about filing a workers’ compensation claim or the status of form agreements will need to speak with someone in Claims Administration.

The Docket Section is the appropriate section to call ONLY for:

  • Filing and case status for workers’ compensation cases that are being appealed
  • Tort claims
  • Law Enforcement claims
  • To determine the status of both workers’ compensation and tort claims after a request for hearing has been filed.
Click here to learn more about the Docket Section


Master List of Cases for Docketing, January 2016

The Final List of Cases for Docketing, January 2016, by the Deputy Commissioners Section, with Deputy Commissioner Assignments, is now online. Please click here to see the memo from Deputy Trial Administrator Sandra P. Cortes, along with links to all the docket listings.


How to Request an Audio Recording of a Hearing

Anyone wishing to request an audio recording of a hearing should send an e-mail to the new dedicated e-mail address: Your request will be processed and you will receive a response outlining the technical requirements to get the audio recording you requested.

The cost of each audio recording is $25.00. For hearings taking place over the course of more than one day, there will be a separate audio recording, and a separate $25.00 charge for each day. If you have any questions about this, please contact us at or by phone at 919-807-2504. Requests or inquiries by mail should be addressed to:

NC Industrial Commission
Docket Section
4336 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4336

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