Workers' Compensation Attorney in Hilton Head1544 Fording Island Road, Suite A
Hilton Head, SC 29926
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Hilton Head, SC Workers’ Compensation
Being injured on the job is a strenuous ordeal that can be made more difficult by an apathetic employer or unscrupulous insurance company. If you file for workers’ compensation, the claim should be approved and processed quickly. However, that’s not always how it plays out. If you’re having difficulty with your claim, we can assist you in getting the restitution you deserve.
Our team of expert attorneys will work diligently to help ensure you get the best possible outcome. We’ve won over $20 billion for our clients, and we’d like to include you in our success.
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Why Hire a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?
Any injury that occurs during the course of employment which prevents an employee from performing their daily responsibilities is grounds for workers’ compensation. If you’ve experienced any of the following situations, and the insurance company has denied your claim, you might be entitled to compensation:
- You were exposed to harmful chemicals and have developed medical conditions directly resulting from your exposure
- You slipped on a hazardous surface
- An item fell from above and struck you
Who Can File a Workers Compensation Claim?
The Workers’ Compensation Act in South Carolina offers protections for employees who are injured while working. If you become the victim of a workplace injury, you are entitled to be compensated for:
- Required medical treatment
- Wages lost as a result of your inability to work
- Restitution for permanent disfigurement/disability
How Do You Appeal a Workers’ Compensation Denial?
Most workers’ compensation claims are filed promptly by the individual’s employer, and the coverage arrives without issue. Nevertheless, some employers and insurance companies will try to diminish or deny the injury to avoid having to pay out the coverage. This strategy to pay workers less than they’re owed is unethical and, unfortunately, all too common.
But this isn’t the end of the road. An employee can file an appeal on a denied claim within 14 days. Time is limited, so contact one of our South Carolina lawyers today.
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If you believe your workers’ compensation claim was unfairly denied, or that you didn't receive proper compensation for your injury, we can help. Being the largest personal injury law firm in America means that we have the resources available to ensure your case gets the attention it deserves. Our team only gets paid when you do, and we take our fee out of the winnings so you don’t pay out of pocket for our services.
Schedule a free, no risk consultation and our team can begin assisting you in getting the compensation you deserve.
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