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Worker’s Compensation

Worker’s Compensation

South Carolina Worker’s Compensation
Being injured on the job can severely impact you physically and financially. It’s not easy to navigate the complex South Carolina’s Worker’s Compensation laws and filing your claim can be time-consuming. If you have been hurt on the job, we ensure you receive proper medical treatment, lost wages compensation, permanent impairment compensation, and other benefits to which you are entitled under the South Carolina Worker’s Compensation laws.

South Carolina Worker’s Compensation Lawyer
As your Worker’s Compensation law firm, we can help you successfully prove your injury, file your claim and other proper paperwork, and win the maximum benefits you’re allowed. We have an experienced South Carolina Worker’s Compensation attorney serving in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas, ready to help you recover lost wages and your life.

Free South Carolina Worker’s Compensation Consultation
Victoria Law Firm can help you if you’ve been hurt at work. You are entitled to full benefits whether you’re at fault or not. Even if you think you’ve waited too long to file your claim, you should still call us today for a free consultation and case review about Worker’s Compensation.

What You Should Know About Worker’s Compensation in South Carolina
The South Carolina Worker’s Compensation system has strict notice and filing deadlines and requirements. There are a few exceptions to deadlines that may apply such as a mental or physical incapacity that prevented you from taking action, deceit or fraud by a third party, etc. It’s very important to connect with the right lawyer who can help you understand these requirements and exceptions and can get you the full benefits you deserve under the law.

We protect your right to fair benefits from insurance companies and employers who try to deny claims or pay out as little as possible; especially in cases where you will need compensation long-term or for life. For instance, whether you have returned to work or not, you may have some kind of permanent disability from your injury. Or you may have an “occupational disease” such as asbestos-related cancer, or a work-related repetitive trauma such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Employers and their insurance companies are much more likely to dispute Worker’s Compensation claims when there is long-term or life compensation involved.