SOUTH CAROLINA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW
The Laws of Workers’ Compensation are intended to protect those injured on the job. With certain exceptions, employers in South Carolina are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance sufficient to provide compensation and causally-related medical treatment to injured workers. However, many employees find it difficult to obtain the benefits to which they are entitled under the Workers’ Compensation Act.
Our Practice Areas:
- Neck and Back Injuries
- Head and Brain Injuries
- Stress, Mental Injuries and Mental Illness
- Hip and Leg Injuries
- Arm Injuries
- Hearing & Vision Injury
- Hand and Wrist Injuries
- Shoulder and Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Fatal Workplace Accidents
FILING A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM
An employee who is injured at the workplace should immediately report the accident to his or her employer. The employer should be notified of on-the job injuries no later than ninety (90) days from the date of accident or the employee may risk losing the workers’ compensation benefits to which he or she is entitled. Claims for compensation under the Workers’ Compensation Act must be filed within two years from the date of accident. Failure to report an injury and/or to file a claim in accordance with the workers’ compensation statutes may result in a denial of benefits.
SOUTH CAROLINA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAWYER
Scheduling a consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney is the most effective way to ensure that your rights and interests are protected following an on-the-job injury. The Law Firm of Walter Hundley provides competent and compassionate representation to each of our clients at all stages throughout a workers’ compensation claim.
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