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My husband has been working for a company, under the table, for about four years now. He turns in a 1099 each year. He was recently injured very badly requiring four pins to be place in his arm. He nor the company he works for have insurance. The boss also has not workers comp. They were doing the roof as an insurance job that the homeowners claimed to repair their roof. Now that my husband filed a claim on the homeowners insurance, his boss fired him. He said he did not want it getting out around town that one of his workers fell and he didn't have insurance, so they filed a claim on the homeowners. (scared it would affect his business.) Can he do this?This happened in the state of North Carolina
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