Workers’ compensation is an insurance program. Like all insurers, workers’ comp insurance companies and their policyholders (your employer) want to pay as little as possible when claims are filed. But you can receive all of the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve if you follow the rules. Below are the top 10 mistakes the workers’ compensation…
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A surprisingly high number of workers are hurt or even killed at work each year.
South Carolina is considering legislation to change workers’ compensation laws. Read more on our blog!
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Professional athletes are employed in many of the same ways as other workers, and may have the option of filing for workers’ compensation benefits. Read more on George Sink’s blog.
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Employees who suffer heat-related injuries or illnesses while working outdoors may have a right to file a workers’ compensation claim.
Workers in a variety of industries can experience repetitive strain injuries. Learn more about avoiding these job-related injuries and how injured workers can pursue workers’ compensation benefits.
South Carolina workers’ compensation protects workers regardless of who was at fault.