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Compensating Burn Injuries at Work
Burn injuries at work are a more frequent occurrence than we may expect in industries that deal with chemicals, electricity, …Read More
What to Do If Workers’ Comp Denies Your Surgery
Denying workers’ compensation claims is not a new thing for employers’ insurance companies. Sometimes, the denials are based on legally …Read More
Can You Get Workers’ Compensation Working From Home in SC?
While remote work had risen during the pre-corona period, the pandemic dramatically shifted it into overdrive. Today, many Americans have …Read More
How the Family & Medical Leave Act Impacts SC Workers’ Comp
An injury or illness severe enough to keep you out of work can be devastating. You’re faced with medical bills, …Read More
How to Return to Work After an Injury on The Job
If you have suffered an injury at work, you probably already know too well the challenges returning to work can …Read More
What Does MMI Mean in Workers’ Compensation Claims?
According to statistics, every year in the United States, more than 2.7 million workers suffer from work-related injuries. Unfortunately, a …Read More
How Long Can You Stay on Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?
The workers’ compensation system in the state of South Carolina appears simple on paper — you’re injured at work, and …Read More
Can You Quit Your Job While on Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina?
When you are injured on the job, you have the right to a workers’ compensation claim. This claim will ideally …Read More
What Are Your Rights Under The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act?
When pursuing a workers’ compensation claim in South Carolina, it is imperative to understand the laws. The legal process is …Read More
Workers’ Compensation Disability Rating In South Carolina
Worker’s compensation is a type of social law in South Carolina that compensates injured workers. The great news is that …Read More