South Carolina Workers' Compensation Attorney
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South Carolina Workers' Compensation Lawyer
South Carolina workers' compensation laws are designed to protect employees
who are injured on the job. Most employers are required to carry workers'
compensation insurance in the state of South Carolina. If you were hurt
in a work-related accident, even if it was YOUR FAULT, you may be entitled
to receive compensation.
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If you were seriously hurt on the job in South Carolina, our injury lawyers
are ready to fight for you. We understand the laws that impact your situation.
George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers has been in business for more than 35
years. In that time, we have served more than 35,000 men and women throughout
the state of South Carolina. You can learn what some of our happy clients
have to say about our representation by checking out their
We are ready to fight for you and can help in any of the following areas.
Workers' Compensation Process
Do you know how to apply for workers' compensation benefits after
a workplace accident? At George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, we have helped
many hurt workers get the payout they were entitled to for injuries sustained
at work. Remember, regardless of who is at fault for the accident, you
could be entitled to workers' compensation benefits.
Temporary Total Disability
"Temporary total disability" (TTD) payments are made over the
period of time it takes you to reach "maximum medical improvement."
If a doctor says that you are unable to work, or in some other circumstances,
these benefits may be extended. Typically, TTD payments do not last longer
than 500 weeks. There is also a maximum amount that can be paid per week.
Calculating TTD is challenging, and it is good to have a knowledgeable
workers' compensation lawyer on your side to help maximize your recovery.
Impairment Rating & Disability
A doctor will need to make an official determination about how well or
capable you are following your injury. He or she will use a set of guidelines
to come up with a percentage of impairment, judging how easily you are
able to perform certain "activities of daily living" such as
sleeping, walking, eating, hearing, speaking, sitting, traveling, and so on.
Workers' Compensation Commission
It is important to submit your claim to the Workers' Compensation
Commission within two years of your injury in order to receive the benefits
you deserve. This commission is designed to settle South Carolina workers'
compensation disputes. It is very wise to have a workers' compensation
attorney on your side if you have a hearing in front of the Workers Compensation
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George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers is a law firm devoted to the workers of
South Carolina and their rights.
Call George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers today to schedule your
free case review anywhere in the state! We have offices located throughout the state, but
if you can't make it to us, we will happily come to you. We can meet
you in your home, in a hospital room, at another location convenient to
you, or over the phone to discuss the details of your workers' compensation case.
The bill collectors were calling and my head was spinning – I didn’t know what to do. I was unable to work. They jumped right on it! They made me feel like I was important. It felt really good to know someone else was taking care of me. Once we tried to get some information from the insurance company, they didn’t want to cooperate. After we turned everything over to George Sink, we didn’t have any more problems!
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