Injured at Work
Your South Carolina employer is required to carry insurance that covers your medical bills and replaces a portion of your wages when a workplace accident or occupational injury prevents you from returning to work.
You have the right to:
The Maxwell Law Firm has handled all types of claims on behalf of injured workers. We work with your physicians and the employer's insurance company to ensure that you are approved for workers' comp benefits in a timely manner and that you receive all benefits to which you are entitled under South Carolina's Workers' Compensation law. We are familiar with every type of workplace accident and job-related injury:
If you were injured in an on-the-job car accident, your employer's workers' compensation policy may provide some benefits. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the crash, you may be entitled to additional compensation from a variety of sources.
Your employer's insurance may cover your medical expenses but may not fully compensate you for lost wages, disability and pain and suffering. Other insurance policies, including that of your own auto insurance and that covering the driver of the van, auto or truck that hit you, may provide such compensation.
If you feel that you may have a case, call us or email us today.
* Contingent Attorney's Fees Refer Only To Those Fees Charged By Attorneys For Their Legal Services. Such Fees Are Not Permitted In All Types Of Cases. Court Costs And Other Additional Expenses Of Legal Action Usually Must Be Paid By The Client.
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Maxwell Law Firm
2531 Center West Parkway Augusta, GA 30909
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