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Concerns about Workers’ Compensation Benefits for First Responders Sickened by Coronavirus in South Carolina

Earlier this month, WMBF News in Myrtle Beach reported on concerns by first responders sickened with coronavirus — like firefighters, EMTs and police officers. According to the report, many essential…

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Death of New Orleans’ Nurse From Coronavirus Highlights the Workplace Risks South Carolina’s Healthcare Workers Face

Healthcare workers face an increased risk of contracting the coronavirus, which can be very serious, leading to a need for a ventilator and a risk of death. Initial reports from…

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occupational illness lawyer

Can COVID-19 Be an Occupational Illness Covered Under South Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Laws?

Under South Carolina’s workers’ compensation laws, an “occupational disease” is “a disease arising out of the course and scope of employment which is due to hazards in excess of those…

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Healthcare Workers Exposed to COVID-19

If you believe you have been infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) at your workplace in South Carolina, especially if you are a healthcare worker, you may be eligible for South Carolina…

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Cases I Am Most Proud Of: Sellers v. Pinedale Residential Center, 350 S.C. 183 (2002)

Cases I Am Most Proud Of: Sellers v. Pinedale Residential Center, 350 S.C. 183 (2002)

When we say “Get the Firm behind you,” it is not just a slogan, it is what we do. The decision in the Sellers case was the result of the…

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David T. Pearlman

Attorney David T. Pearlman of Steinberg Law Firm Obtains $1.68 Million Settlement in South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Case

A Charleston man who suffered a stroke after undergoing surgery to repair a shoulder injury he sustained on the job has received a $1.68 million settlement in a confidential South…

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