Workers Compensation: Job Injuries

Every year, there are approximately 5000 deaths related to Job Injuries. In our South Carolina workers’ compensation practice, we regularly represent employees who have suffered on-the-job injuries. Sometimes, these injuries “arise out of and in the cause of the employment”. At other times, the injury is caused by a third party. In these instances a personal injury claim and a workers comp claim can be filed.

What is Workers Compensation?

Workers Compensation laws provide money and medical benefits to an employee who has an injury as a result of an accident or occupational disease on-the-job. Workers Compensation is designed to protect workers and their dependents against the hardships from injury or death arising out of the work environment.  It is intended to benefit the employee and employer alike.  The employee receives money (usually on a weekly or bi-weekly basis) and medical benefits.  Most employers are required to carry workers compensation insurance and so, for all practical purposes, all workers are protected.

How do I know if I have a Workers Compensation Claim?

If you or a loved one have been injured on the job or have been involved in a work related accident you may be entitled to compensation pay and medical benefits, including pain and suffering.  Complete the form below for a free case evaluation.  The law requires prompt and documented notice, so it is necessary for you to contact us as soon as possible so we can go to work for you.  Plus, it is important to get medical treatment approved quickly. At the Joel Bieber Firm our South Carolina Workers Compensation attorneys will notify the employer and workers compensation commission, so that your claim and rights are protected.


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