7 Things You Must Do if Injured on the Job
In the state of South Carolina, people who are injured on the job almost always qualify for workers' compensation. However, it is possible for people to be denied their right to workers' comp due to unscrupulous employers or a workers' comp commission that doesn't have all the facts. State law puts a lot of responsibility on the individual to document and present their case, and we have many people come to our Charleston firm whose workers' compensation claim has been rejected for trivial or fraudulent reasons.
To help individuals in Charleston and throughout South Carolina with their workers' compensation claims, we have created an infographic that explains the seven things you absolutely must do if you are injured on the job. Feel free to save it to your computer, print it out, or even put a paper copy up in your workplace.
If you have recently suffered a work injury and are unsure how to go about getting remuneration for your expenses and lost wages, contact Steinberg Law Firm today! Our workers' compensation lawyers will help you file your claim and figure out whether or not you could have the grounds for a lawsuit against any third parties. Contact us at 843-720-2800 for a free case review.
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