Workers Compensation Attorney
Serving Charleston and North Charleston, SC
South Carolina has workers’ compensation laws to protect the victims of on-the-job injuries. An injured worker does not need to prove that the employer caused the injury to recover benefits from workers’ comp. The worker must only prove that the injury occurred in the course and scope of the worker’s employment.
On-the-job injuries don’t just include back injuries suffered from heavy lifting. No matter your job, no matter your pay, if you or a loved one has been injured on the job, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact an experienced workers compensation attorney at Deaton Law Firm, LLC, to discuss your case and determine whether your injury entitles you to compensation. Even if you believe that you may not have a claim, contact the Deaton Law Firm, LLC, and workers compensation attorney Rad S. Deaton will determine if he can help.
Injured employees may be entitled to be compensated for a variety of things, including lost earnings, permanent injuries, past and future medical expenses if related to the injury suffered. If injured on the job, make sure to notify your employer immediately. Your claim could be denied if you do not notify your employer of your injury within 90 days of the date you knew you were injured. You may be eligible to receive up to two-thirds of your weekly wages despite your being out of work due to injury.
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Our workers comp attorneys are not just a settlement factory. When an insurance company offers a settlement, the Deaton Law Firm, L.L.C. knows not to swing at the first pitch. We know how to strategize, working to obtain a full and fair offer that you and your family are relying on. Our workers comp attorney will do everything in our power to force insurance companies to give you the best offer possible and, if that offer is not sufficient, attempt to obtain a favorable result through litigation.
Contact our workers compensation attorney for a free consultation about your injury claim today.