Steady employment seems to be all too rare these days. In these difficult financial times, many Americans consider themselves blessed simply to be able to get up and go to work every day. But what happens when this financial security is threatened? Victims of workplace accidents may suddenly find themselves in a situation where the ability to provide for their family is unfairly compromised. With bills piling up, it can seem like there’s no one out there to turn to.
But there is someone to turn to. The Orangeburg workers’ compensation lawyers of Sink Law can be your advocate. For over 35 years, Sink Law has worked tirelessly to ensure that victims injured on the job receive proper compensation for their injuries. Over 35,000 clients have engaged our services, many of them in a situation similar to that which you may find yourself.
Are you having trouble gaining a financial sum that you feel is in accordance with the suffering you’ve been through? Is your employer being difficult and delaying the proper claim amount? Are you being blamed for the accident?
There’s a few things you need to know. Large South Carolina employers are required by law to provide prompt income and medical benefits to employees injured in a work-related accident, often regardless of who the fault of the accident can be attributed to. Our attorneys are well-versed in this area of the law, and we can analyze your claim to determine an amount that we feel is fair to you. In doing so, we look at a number of factors:
- What parties were involved, and who was at fault?
- What is your salary, and how long have you and will you be out of work?
- How serious are your injuries, and what is their long-term effect on your way of life?
- What kind of debt have you incurred due to medical fees and requisite bills?
- What kinds of insurance coverage policy limits do you and your company have?
With these facts and others established, we can set about pursuing your claim to the fullest extent of the law. In addition to medical benefits, you could be entitled to a variety of disability benefits depending on your case. These can include Temporary Total Disability, Permanent Total Disability and more. Each category brings with it an attendant amount of damages you may qualify for. Family members of victims are also entitled to death benefits should a tragic fatality occur.
Don’t hesitate. Get started today on a FREE consultation with a member of our expert legal staff. There’s no obligation on your part; simply dial our number and you can be speaking with us in minutes. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t collect a fee unless we can gain you compensation. We’re not paid unless you are.
Don’t let an accident take away your financial security. Call the Orangeburg workers’ compensation lawyers of Sink Law immediately.
*Cases are handled by a lawyer at George Sink Injury Lawyers PA in Charleston under Mr. Sink’s tutelage.
*Contingency fee is a percentage of recovery and will be calculated before deducting expenses.