Workers Compensation

Simplifying the Complex Compensation Rules

Workers' Compensation

  • Injured by a negligent coworker
  • Lifting heavy objects
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Unsafe work environment
  • Overexertion
  • Workplace violence
  • Slipping on wet surfaces
  • Falling from a ladder
  • Forklift injuries

Workers’ comp may pay for

  • Medical expenses
  • Permanent and total disability benefits
  • Temporary total employment compensation

Workers’ Comp in South Carolina can include complex rules and requirements

  • In South Carolina, employees who are injured on the job can file for workers’ comp regardless of the fault of injury.
  • Time is of the essence in the filing of worker’s comp claims.
  • Employees must file for workers’ comp claims within a defined period of time or be barred from any recovery.
  • Employers must contact the Workers’ Compensation Commission within ten days of an employee’s notification regarding his or her workers’ comp claim.
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