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Have you filed a workers’ compensation claim? Was it denied? If so, it's time to contact an experienced, reputable attorney to fight for your rights. There's every chance that the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission will need to hear your case. To prove that your case has been denied wrongfully, it takes know-how and commitment.[...]
If you are injured on the job, you are entitled to certain benefits, coverages, and compensation. Though your workers’ compensation case may seem straightforward, there are a lot of questions that can arise and things that can go wrong. It is a step-by-step process that, anywhere along the way, can be derailed. Your best bet?[...]
Oh, how the government does love its forms. Cases concerning workers’ compensation are no exception! When an employee is injured on the job, or becomes ill as a result of work conditions, they are entitled workers’ compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, etc. In addition to reporting an injury to the employer in a timely[...]
If a South Carolina employee is injured on the job, the workers’ compensation benefits and medical expenses of the injured employee may be paid by the employer.  Workers’ Compensation claims have numerous factors that may affect the value of the claim including the following: Average weekly wage The body part(s) injured Whether more than one[...]
Getting hurt at work isn't anyone's idea of a good time. No one wants that – not you, not your employer. There are Workers’ Compensation laws in place to protect employees that receive occupational injuries. The way the laws work, both parties are actually protected and represented. Specific rules and requirements must be fulfilled in[...]
Were you injured on the job? Did you make sure to get an accident report in within 30 days of your injury? Did you further file a Workers’ Compensation case? As long as you haven't been denied, you're probably wondering when your disability benefits will start. If you haven't already, make sure that you immediately[...]