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Who are the Top Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in South Carolina?

Who are the Top Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in South Carolina?

Have you been searching for the top workers’ compensation attorney in South Carolina?  There is no list that ranks the “best” attorney for workers’ compensation, but we believe that finding the right attorney to represent you is critical to a successful outcome. If you have been injured in a work related accident, it is important… Read More


Why do you need a Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

If you are wondering if you should hire a workers’ compensation attorney, listen to this short video.  Christian Boesl explains when you should hire an attorney to help you with your workers’ compensation claim in South Carolina. Here are the tips to know when you need an attorney.  The insurance company will have attorneys defending… Read More


Increased Workplace Fatalities Prove that Hiring a Workers Compensation Attorney Is Important

The National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Prove that Hiring a Workers Compensation Attorney Is Important Fatalities and serious workplace injuries are on a rise in the United States.  Year after year, workplace deaths are increasing South Carolina.  If a loved one has died at work, or you have suffered a serious on the job… Read More


Do I Need to Hire a Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

If you’ve suffered a work-related injury or illness, you may be wondering whether to hire a workers’ compensation attorney. The answer depends on the severity of your injury, the overall complexity of your case, and the actions of your employer or its insurance company.  In South Carolina, the workers’ compensation system was designed to provide… Read More


Do you Need a Lawyer to Represent You in Your Workers’ Compensation Claim?

We strongly recommend that you consult with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to determine if you need help from a lawyer.  Not every claim requires an attorney, and we don’t think that everyone should automatically hire an attorney.  However, in our experience, you will likely need a workers’ compensation attorney if you have an injury… Read More


South Carolina Supreme Court Rules on Two Cases Involving Falls in the Workplace and Workers Compensation Benefits

On January 14, 2015, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued two opinions regarding Workers Compensation benefits. Generally, when a worker suffers an injury on the job, the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation system is designed to provide an injured employee with necessary medical treatment, disability payments, and monetary settlements to compensate for any physical impairment or… Read More


“Rocket Cart” Defect – Walmart Employees Are Being Injured Based on a Product Defect

A merchandise cart, referred to as a “Rocket Cart”, that Wal-Mart and other retail stores use to move merchandise around the store to stock shelves may contain a hazardous and dangerous defect. We have learned that workers all around the country are being injured by these carts due to a design defect. These Rocket Carts may… Read More


S.C. Workers’ Compensation: Employee or Independent Contractor?

South Carolina’s workers compensation benefits only apply to injuries suffered by an employee, not an independent contractor. Often times, your employer will try to wrongfully classify you as an “independent contractor” instead of a employee for purposes of attempting to get around workers’ compensation laws and other employment-related requirements. We have seen that employers may… Read More


Back Injuries are the Most Common Work Injury

Back strains and sprains are the most common workplace injury in the United States. There are many causes of back strains and sprains, the most common is bending to lift or pull heavy objects. Back injuries can result in significant pain and the inability to perform your job. While many back injuries are only minor… Read More


Maximum Medical Improvement and Disability Impairment Ratings in S.C. Workers Compensation

Often times an injured worker will have questions about maximum medical improvement (MMI), impairment ratings, and its effect on your disability award under South Carolina Workers’ Compensation. Depending on the severity of your injury, the doctor will make a determination of maximum medical improvement and determine if you are permanently impaired and to what extent.… Read More


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Last Updated : June 15, 2022
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