NOTE: The following excerpts from the North Carolina General Statutes pertain to the N.C. Industrial Commission and its activities.
Chapter 5A. Contempt. | Chapter 8. Evidence. | Chapter 15A. Civil Procedure Act. | Chapter 35A. Incompetency and Guardianship. | Chapter 58 Insurance. | Chapter 69. Fire Protection. | Chapter 84. Attorneys-at-Law. | Chapter 93A. Real Estate License Law. | Chapter 96. Employment Security. | Chapter 97. Workers’ Compensation Act. | Chapter 105. Taxation. | Chapter 115C. Elementary and Secondary Education. | Chapter 115D. Community Colleges. | Chapter 128: Offices and Public Officers. | Chapter 130A. Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program. | Chapter 143. State Departments, Institutions, and Commissions. | Chapter 143B. Executive Reorganization Act of 1973. | Chapter 148. State Prison System. | Chapter 150B. Administrative Procedure Act. | Chapter 160A. Cities and Towns. | Chapter 166A. North Carolina Emergency Management Act.
Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation. | Erroneous Conviction Compensation. | Insurance. | Workers’ Compensation.
Chapter 5A. Contempt.
Article 1. Criminal Contempt.
§5A-11. Criminal contempt.
§5A-12. Punishment; circumstances for fine or imprisonment; reduction of punishment; other measures.
§5A-13. Direct and indirect criminal contempt; proceedings required.
§5A-14. Summary proceedings for contempt.
§5A-15. Plenary proceedings for contempt.
§5A-16. Custody of person charged with criminal contempt.
Article 2. Civil Contempt.
§5A-21. Civil contempt; imprisonment to compel compliance.
§5A-22. Release when civil contempt no longer continues.
§5A-23. Proceedings for civil contempt.
§5A-25. Proceedings as for contempt and civil contempt.
Chapter 8. Evidence.
Article 5. Life Tables.
§8-46. Mortality tables as evidence.
Chapter 15A. Civil Procedure Act.
Article 17. Criminal Process.
§15A-305. Order for arrest.
Chapter 35A. Incompetency and Guardianship.
Article 4. Purpose and Scope; Jurisdiction; Venue.
§35A-1203. Jurisdiction; authority of clerk.
Article 21. Standby Guardianship.
§35A-1379. Appointment of guardian ad litem.
Chapter 58. Insurance.
Article 48. Postassessment Insurance Guaranty Association.
§58-48-55. Nonduplication of recovery.
§58-48-85. Stay of proceedings; reopening of default judgments.
§58-48-105. Transfer of balance of security funds.
§58-48-110. Purpose of the accounts.
§58-48-115. Creation of Stock Fund Account; maintenance of Stock Fund Account; and distribution of Stock Fund.
§58-48-120. Creation of Mutual Fund Account; maintenance of Mutual Fund Account.
§58-48-125. Payments by the Association.
Article 50. General Regulations.
§58-50-57. Offsets against provider reimbursement for workers’ compensation payments forbidden.
Article 51. Nature of Policies.
§58-51-5. Form of Policy.
Chapter 69. Fire Protection.
Article 3A. Rural Fire Protection Districts.
§69-25.8. Authority, rights, privileges and immunities of counties, etc., performing services under Article.
Chapter 84. Attorneys-at-Law.
Article 1. Qualifications of Attorney; Unauthorized Practice of Law.
§84-4.1. Limited practice of out-of-state attorneys.
Chapter 93A. Real Estate License Law .
Article 1. Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen.
§93A-11. Reimbursement by real estate independent contractor of brokers’ workers’ compensation.
Chapter 96. Employment Security.
Article 1. Employment Security Commission.
§96-4(x)(8). Employment Security.
Chapter 97. Workers’ Compensation Act.
Table of Contents.
Chapter 105. Taxation.
Article 8B. Taxes Upon Insurance Companies.
§105-228.5. Taxes measured by gross premiums.
Chapter 115C. Elementary and Secondary Education.
Article 17. Supporting Services.
§115C-256. School bus drivers under Workers’ Compensation Act.
§115C-257. Attorney General to pay claims.
§115C-258. Provisions regarding payment.
§115C-259. Claims must be filed within one year.
Article 23. Employment Benefits.
§115C-336. Sick leave.
§115C-337. Workers’ compensation for school employees.
§115C-338. Salaries for employees injured during an episode of violence.
§115C-339. Retirement plan.
Chapter 115D. Community Colleges.
Article 2. Local Administration.
§115D-23. Workers’ Compensation Act applicable to institutional employees.
Chapter 128: Offices and Public Officers.
Article 3. Retirement System for Counties, Cities and Towns.
§128‑26. Allowance for service.
Chapter 130A. Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program.
Article 17. Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program.
§130A-423. North Carolina Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program; exclusive remedy; relationship to federal law; subrogation.
§130A-424. Industrial Commission authorized to hear and determine claims; damages.
§130A-425. Filing of claims.
§130A-426. Determination of claims.
§130A-427. Commission awards for vaccine-related injuries; duties of Secretary.
§130A-428. Notice of determination of claim; appeal to full commission.
§130A-429. Limitation on claims.
§130A-430. Right of State to bring action against health care provider and manufacturer.
§130A-431. Certain vaccine diversions made felony.
§130A-433. Contracts for purchase of vaccines; distribution; fee; rules.
§130A-434. Child Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund established; payments from Fund; transfer of appropriations and receipts.
§130A-435 through $130A-439 [Reserved].
Chapter 143. State Departments, Institutions, and Commissions.
Article 12A. Law-Enforcement Officers’, Firemen’s, Rescue Squad Workers’ and Civil Air Patrol Members’ Death Benefits Act.
§143-166.3. Payments; determination.
§143-166.4. Funds; conclusiveness of award.
§143-166.5. Other benefits not affected.
§143-166.6. Awards exempt from taxes.
§143-166.7. Applicability of Article.
§143-166.8 through §143-166.12 [Reserved].
Article 12B. Salary Continuation Plan for Certain State Law-Enforcement Officers.
§143-166.13. Persons entitled to benefits under Article.
§143-166.14. Payment of salary notwithstanding incapacity; Workers’ Compensation Act applicable after two years; duration of payment.
§143-166.15. Application of §97-27; how payments made.
§143-166.16. Effect on workers’ compensation and other benefits; application of §97-24.
§143-166.17. Period of incapacity not charged against sick leave or other leave.
§143-166.18. Report of incapacity.
§143-166.19. Determination of cause and extent of incapacity; hearing before Industrial Commission; appeal; effect of refusal to perform duties.
§143-166.21 through §143-166.29 [Reserved].
Article 31. Tort Claims Against State Departments and Agencies.
§143-291. Industrial Commission constituted a court to hear and determine claims; damages; liability insurance in lieu of obligation under Article.
§143-291.2. Costs and fees.
§143-291.3. Counterclaims by State.
§143-292. Notice of determination of claim; appeal to full Commission.
§143-293. Appeals to Court of Appeals.
§143-294. Appeal to Court of Appeals to act as supersedeas.
§143-295. Settlement of claims.
§143-295.1. Settlement of small claims against institutions of the Department of Health and Human Services.
§143-296. Powers of Industrial Commission; deputies.
§143-297. Affidavit of claimant; docketing; venue; notice of hearing; answer, demurrer or other pleading to affidavit.
§143-298. Duty of Attorney General; expenses; subpoenas.
§143-299. Limitation on claims.
§143-299.1. Contributory negligence a matter of defense; burden of proof.
§143-299.2. Limitation on payments by the State.
§143-300. Rules and regulations of Industrial Commission; destruction of records.
§143-300.1. Claims against county and city boards of education for accidents involving school buses or school transportation service vehicles.
§143-300.1A. Claims arising from certain smallpox vaccinations of State employees.
Article 59. Vocational Rehabilitation Services.
§143-547. Subrogation rights; withholding of information a misdemeanor.
Chapter 143B. Executive Reorganization Act of 1973.
Article 11. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety. Part 5. Civil Air Patrol.
§143B-491. Personnel and benefits.
§143B-492. State liability.
Chapter 148. State Prison System.
Article 8. Compensation to Persons Erroneously Convicted of Felonies.
§148-82. Provision for compensation.
§148-83. Form, requisites and contents of petition; nature of hearing.
§148-84. Evidence; action by Industrial Commission; payment and amount of compensation.
Chapter 150B. Administrative Procedure Act.
Article 1. General Provisions.
§150B‑1. Policy and scope.
Chapter 160A. Cities and Towns.
Article 13. Law Enforcement.
§160A-282. Auxiliary law-enforcement personnel; workers’ compensation benefits.
Chapter 166A. North Carolina Emergency Management Act.
Article 1. North Carolina Emergency Management Act.
§166A-19.60. Immunity and exemption.